Jim did not think of the equation without linking it to the physical model to interpret
Calling it the "first instance in the West of ruler burial in a baptistery" (90), Pincus interprets
the tomb as appropriating for the doge the imagery and prerogatives of bishops' tombs, thus presenting the doge as a religious as well as a political ruler "who serves as a conduit for divine illumination" (104).
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.
the gospel anew for our rapidly changing times.
Less successful are essays falling into two overlapping camps: those that refuse to disclose the critical methods by which they interpret
allusion and those that substitute Jonathan Bate for Ovid -- and theory -- as the chief source of critical engagement.
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
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.
Traditionally, in European countries of the code law tradition, those wishing to become 'court interpreters' possessed the following, at least as desirable attributes: demonstrated high proficiency in foreign language/s (preferably a university degree); demonstrated knowledge of domestic legal terminology and legal procedures; ability to interpret
The point here is not to explore the domain of logic and reason in philosophical arguments, but rather to take a brief look at words and their definitions, the meaning that we attach to them, and how we interpret
them in order to communicate with one another; words like "tolerate" and "marriage.