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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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Decipher - led by Steve Bowyer, a former boss of now-defunct Aberdeen company First Oil - acquired an initial 75% of the field in April 2017 when it struck a deal with the administrators of Iona Energy, a Granite City firm which folded the previous year after failing to restructure its finances.
Under the contract Dendreon will provide Decipher Biosciences with tumour samples from its Phase three ProVent trial (NCT03686683), which will assess the effectiveness of sipuleucel-T in decreasing disease progression in men with prostate cancer on active surveillance.
Cigna's coverage decision reflects the recent inclusion of Decipher in the 2018 National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology for Prostate Cancer.
Three out of four ancient languages had been deciphered but Indus script was yet to be cracked, he said.
Decipher earned his ticket to the Japan Cup with a hard-earned neck victory in the Epsom Cup (G3) at Tokyo Racecourse in June.
Ali Demir, the chairman of the Student Selection and Replacement Center (OSYM), denied decipher claims in the university entrance exam, and decided to go on a tour around Turkey to convince families.
The property will also be home to the Cardiff Institute of Society, Health and Ethics (CISHE) - under whose umbrella Decipher will operate.
These pieces are then fed into sequencing machines, which decipher the genetic code of small sections at each piece's ends.
Teams must overcome physical and mental challenges as they travel to historically significant locations and decipher codes and puzzles.
Utilizing German-English Genealogical Dictionary, a simply outstanding and highly recommended translation resource, aspiring American genealogists will be able to decipher and interpret any German document in the course of the genealogical inquiries.
single "I'm With Stupid" is a grower, not a shower, and exponentially funnier once you decipher its Blair-loves-Bush subtext.
The glossary at the ends helps decipher her Britishisms and unique argot--e.g., "blodge" for biology and "lippy" for lipstick.
Despite the considerable progress made in this area over the past decade, scientists are only beginning to decipher the information embedded in chromatin.
734 contains a flowchart to help practitioners decipher the new rules.
They watch the signs and decipher the codes in order to determine the day and the hour, which, Scripture tells us, only the Father knows (Mt 24:36).