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to find the key to (a code, for example)

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convert code into ordinary language

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In sum, Deciphering Elizabethan Fiction suggests a different way to conceive of the relationship between Greene, Nashe, and Dekker; but regrettably, it is not very convincing.
Employees in companies of all sizes are spending countless hours deciphering unclear or disorganized e-mails, and writing e-mails that do not achieve the desired result.
Given that MELK Robotic technology has been fully developed to a mature stage, it is now time to approach the systematic deciphering of the cellular protein networks in health and disease in humans.
One of the greatest archaeological challenges is deciphering the texts left behind by ancient civilizations.
a company dedicated to deciphering the genetic basis for longevity and the diseases of aging and developing products that promote vigorous health into old age, and Comerica (NYSE:CMA), a leading financial services company, announced today that Comerica's Technology and Life Sciences Division has provided the Cambridge company with a $1.
who more than a decade ago argued for deciphering, or sequencing, a puffer fish's genome.
Venter concurs: "Many have predicted that deciphering the human genetic sequence will usher in a new era of medicine.
In the March 5 CELL, in a study that extends Reed's findings, Buck and her colleagues describe a more natural approach to deciphering olfactory codes.
NCBI's sequence database, GenBank, the search and retrieval system, Entrez, and the sequence alignment tool, BLAST, have been singled out as key resources for deciphering the human genome (Scientific American, July 2000).
Deciphering the message involves going through the same procedure in reverse, using the same key (SN: 2/1/97, p.
Celera Genomics (NYSE:CRA), a PE Corporation business, announced today that it has finished the sequencing phase in deciphering the genome of Drosophila melanogaster, the fruit fly.
Some researchers who have examined the La Mojarra stone, such as archaeologist Sylvia Meluzin of California State University, Fullerton, argue that too little knowledge exists about Mayan writing and the nature of epi-Olmec signs to justify the amount of deciphering claimed by Justeson and Kaufman.
Traditional ways to extract and convert legacy data have been costly, time-consuming and error-prone because they require deciphering complex database schema; understanding business rules and program logic; building extraction and conversion routines; and extensive auditing to ensure data integrity.