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to understand in a particular way

to perform according to one's artistic conception

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The expert performances also showed the interpreters accessed broader world knowledge when preparing to interpret, drawing on this as an internal resource.
Jim did not think of the equation without linking it to the physical model to interpret it.
It's a comnon human value, and Weimer uses it to interpret and make her point abut the outcome of a sporting event.
How else can one interpret this deliberate unraveling of the modest achievements of the peace process and the even more deliberate bulldozing of any prospects of a future peace?
Here the residents' problem is not only how to interpret the text but how to determine what the text is.
Despite these concerns, however, it is important to recognize that even courts that have failed to interpret particular interest guaranties as applying to post-maturity interest often have recognized that a lender and a guarantor could have agreed to extend the guarantor's liability to cover that interest.
Interpret is very excited to roll out these initial reports," said Michael Cai, VP of Games and Technology at Interpret.
Others will simply interpret as they would inside a courtroom.
In the beginning of the book, Nine Theses on the Interpretation of Scripture are given that state the principles by which the authors interpret the scriptures.
Editorial photographs work best when they interpret, rather than literally describe, their subjects.
This cultural history becomes a morality tale with Massa's invocation of Reinhold Niebuhr's "theological irony" (13) to interpret the unanticipated effects of the Catholic passage into the American mainstream.
We know just how to read Jesus' difficult lessons--what to emphasize, what to ignore, what to take literally, and what to interpret spiritually.
Each of the previous events drastically altered the frequency of small earthquakes, making it difficult to determine the region's baseline level of activity, a reference needed to interpret the current quiescence.
Rather, it is concerned with the question of how to interpret the bible from a feminist perspective and in an emancipatory way" (p.
Although their responses reflected knowledge of appropriate testing practices, the results suggest that these teachers could benefit from further instruction regarding (a) understanding test score reliability, (b) how to interpret standardized test scores and (c) how to use test results to improve their instruction.