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discourse that surrounds a language unit and helps to determine its interpretation

the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event

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Contextually targeted ads fuel greater consumer conversion and NBCUniversal will use a new artificial intelligence (AI)-based contextual content targeting product that combs through scripts and data sources to make every ad that much more contextually relevant to its audience.
Our goal is to help travellers discover high quality apps contextually.
Focus groups were conducted across three stakeholder groups (fifteen parents, nineteen adolescents in the 7th and 8th grades, and eight teachers and staff members) to determine the culturally and contextually based coping strategies employed by youth.
Adify's technology platform and advertiser relationships through Adify Media combined with our name-brand content, deliver contextually relevant advertising and revenue to publishers quickly and efficiently in a safe and credible environment.
Twelve subjects were taught 12 contextually controlled baseline conditional discriminations.
When highlighted information is clicked, a pop-up menu appears, providing contextually relevant links.
The Encyclopedia of Christianity is a monumental, international, ecumenical, contextually written collection of articles dealing with 2,000 years of Christian history.
The great museums] are constantly finding ways to view their materials in a fresh way contextually," she says.
Mary Erickson's "Effects of Art History Instruction on Fourth and Eighth Grade Students' Abilities to Interpret Artworks Contextually.
It was judged contextually inappropriate simply to replicate the chapel at Lysi in a modern American city, so de Menil has created a mediating external building with an embedded steel structure - a 'reliquary box' - which forms a neutral enclosure for a freestanding chapel constructed from thin translucent slabs of laminated glass.
Leveraging our unique access to the carrier infrastructure, we are able to deliver hyper-local, contextually relevant content.
As people use increasingly sophisticated, contextually aware mobile devices and services, network providers are faced with greater demands for additional network bandwidth, enhanced service quality, security and other back end services.
Its entries are historically rich, contextually broad, and conceptually precise, making learning the vocabulary of theology an engaging experience.
He understood that the artist who picks up a Bolex and makes a 16 mm film has created a contextually ambiguous artifact that might deliver as art but may also be, well, a movie, and as such is something at least potentially absorbable by that vast, mainstream communication system built and maintained by the entertainment-industrial complex.
The resulting book, then, is methodologically sophisticated; it identifies as best as possible that objective truths are available to us even as we recognize that they are constructed contingently and must be contextually situated, even as we highlight that they are always unstable and always under interpretation.