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an expression whose meaning cannot be determined from its context

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But an expert in maritime laws said clearing the ambiguities of the MDT, particularly pertaining to the South China Sea, could only help China.
In addition, FKP shows similar statistics as VRS in positioning accuracy when the integer ambiguities are fixed (3.7 [+ or -] 2.1 cm).
Robinson himself explains the ambiguities of our perceived reality with our incomplete knowledge of the world.
The solid line represents the value of the ZWD with resolved ambiguities and the dashed line the ZWD value when no ambiguities were resolved.
Specifically, single-difference between-satellite PPP AR fixing only EWL and WL ambiguities is implemented.
In an opini summary released Monday,AaAeAeA Rutledge wroteAaAeAeA that she rejected the prop due toAaAeAeA ambiguities in the documents.
Your conscientious navigation of the inevitable ambiguities that can arise in a civil society is instrumental in guiding all of us toward a better future and, as it is stated so beautifully in the preamble to the U.S.
In such instances, we conclude that the doctrine of contra preferentum (that's legalese for "resolving ambiguities against the drafter") should not ...
Wang, "Mitigating range ambiguities in high PRF SAR with OFDM waveform diversity," IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, vol.
Governing ambiguities; new forms of local governance and civil society.
Instead, "she is persistent in leading her contenders from distrust of images to an appreciation of images, in which the literal and metaphorical senses almost coincide--without ambiguities" (33).
Vrasidas Karalis also takes, in his article "Disambiguating the Sublime and the Historicity of the Concept" (<http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/ clcweb/vol12/iss4/3>), a wide-ranging historical approach to the ambiguities of this important aesthetic category.
Additionally, Gelso asserted that the scientist must be able to detect ambiguities; however, the primary goal is to reduce the ambiguities of the phenomena under investigation.
STRATEGIC AMBIGUITIES: ESSAYS ON COMMUNICATION, ORGANIZATION, AND IDENTITY is a collection of essays perfect for college-level courses in either linguistics or business.