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interpret

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to understand in a particular way

to express in another language, while systematically retaining the original sense

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Moreover, Pettit insists, construing his noumenalism epistemically renders it unproblematic.
This study of colonialism and gender in The Faerie Queene takes a brisk walk through the poem from book 1, "Of Holinesse," straight through to the Two Cantos of Mutabilitie, locating and construing essentially all possible references to the Irish through targeted topics such as miscegenation, sexual promiscuity, Catholic idolatry, and the nature/nurture topos.
While not deciding the substantive claims, the court held that, in construing whether a sound and basic education was being provided, courts could properly consider results from student assessments.
Thus, in construing human consciousness as ultimate consciousness, we fall prey to a slough of despair: believing that our own, incomplete understanding of life is the only understanding of life, that the universe does not exceed the often paltry confines of human interpretation.
In construing claims, the court is defining the legal rights created by the patent.
The Court applied no such limitation in construing the term "remote interface" under the Company's first loan processing patent (U.