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to understand in a particular way

to perform according to one's artistic conception

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If the interpreter interpreted faithfully, their counterparts from the feminine cultures take it personally.
Historical criticism simply means that a text is best interpreted within its historical context.
During the next class, we used SPSS to analyze the data, interpreted related concepts, and evaluated assumptions before interpreting statistics and making inferences.
In other words, interpreting is done only when the speaker completes each intelligible chunk of the speech or the entire speech and stops; the interpreter then takes over and interprets the chunk or the entire speech without any interruption from the speaker.
The accounting profession has begun to address the need for investors and others to have sufficient information and education to interpret the new internal control reports under Section 404 and related SEC and PCAOB rules.
On the other hand, if the voice recognition software is unable to recognize and properly interpret the words spoken, users can become increasingly frustrated and concerned that they cannot accomplish their task.
Specifically, these synthetic entities process cues and interpret situations in a manner consistent with decision-making processes, presenting a computer-based entity human-like at the level of its most basis cognitive operations.
Unlike many other sensor systems which capture specific pressures within specific ranges at given moments in time (almost like taking a Polaroid), CTPSS records and interprets contact force in real time.
Anxious students can internally interpret almost any kind of feedback as negative without their teachers' awareness.
(Another benefit is that since the gestures are made at a low level in the center of the vehicle other drivers are not likely to see them and interpret them as digital expletives.)
Other titles from BD&A include Interpreting Special Diets, which teaches how to interpret diets and physician orders and meet federal regulation, and the Liberalized Diets for Older Adults program that includes BD&A's Liberalized Diet Kit with sample policies, procedures, and diet descriptions.
In multiple episodes, Panurge, Pantagruel, and their followers listen to, then interpret, the advice of the pillars of society (theologian, doctor, philosopher, et al.), and, conversely, society's misfits (a hag, a mute, an astrologer, a fool, a dying poet, and other non-institutional voices) on Panurge's question: "Shall I marry?" "If so, will I be cuckolded"?
However, even if we can interpret their behavior as supportive, is it compassionate?
Employing Habermas (p.9-10) she recognizes the growth of consumption and the increasing ability of individuals to interpret for themselves.
In this study, I investigated instructional decisions as part of a study of the processes used by middle school students to interpret dynamic physical models of functions and to link their interpretations to tables and equations.