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an expression whose meaning cannot be determined from its context

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Strategic ambiguity is a common practice by a country of being intentionally ambiguous on certain aspects of its foreign policy.
We haven't finalised plans for Ascot but I'm looking at sending Lundy for the Coventry Stakes, while Ambiguity will probably also travel and will run in either the Norfolk or the Windsor Castle," O'Brien said.
Speaking specifically of Jobs, Schlender said, "He was a leader who was perfectly comfortable with the ambiguity of the moment, and in fact used the ambiguity of what the future might hold to his advantage.
Taking into account the integer nature of the ambiguity parameter a and assuming that the residual values are much lower than half a cycle, the linearized general formula of the residual equations can then be shown in the following form (Cellmer et al.
For six decades, American policy toward China has been shaped by a theme called "strategic ambiguity.
Ambiguity in a sentence can result from two different kinds of problem.
In this article, we investigate the effects of ambiguity and ambiguity aversion on prices of mortality-linked securities.
In the current study, we manipulated the ambiguity between the target cue and nonspecified cues, and investigated whether or not cue ambiguity would moderate the effect of implementation intentions on reactions to nonspecified cues.
This phenomenon is called ambiguity aversion (Ellsberg 1961).
Since the 1960s, more than 300 articles have been published on role stress or one of its three dimensions; role conflict, as the discrepant role expectations sent by members/outstanding persons of an individual's role set, role ambiguity, as the degree of vagueness, ambiguity in desired expectations that creates difficulties for a person to fulfil requirements, and role overload, as the extent to which time and resources prove inadequate to meet expectations of commitments and obligations to fulfil a role.
Washington, Jan 20 ( ANI ): Ambiguity actually makes language more efficient, by allowing for the reuse of short, efficient sounds that listeners can easily disambiguate with the help of context, researchers have claimed.
Ambiguity is a phenomenon very old and also very broad.
This study was designed to explore the role perceptions of faculty members at a public sector university of Pakistan focusing on role conflict, role ambiguity and faculty satisfaction.