1 : to explain the meaning of <She claims to interpret
This is largely the case with most of those who interpret
into and/or from indigenous languages in churches, in courts, in hospitals, for the radio, etc.
If one interprets
the papal kiss as approving everything in the book as orthodox, then the Holy Father is a heretic: if we interpret
it as a gesture of goodwill, then the road to future discussions has been opened.
There is literally no waiting /'or this particular CTPSS system to analyze and interpret
the compressive load data captured by the sensing element.
9-10) she recognizes the growth of consumption and the increasing ability of individuals 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).
Effective photojournalists interpret
, rather than record, the news by expressing values that all of us share as human beings.
Soane Morgan has a vision of "a lady in the yard smiling" and holding an empty basket (102), which she interprets
as a sign of her forthcoming miscarriage; Richard Misner feels that Jesus is literally walking with him as he struggles to understand Ruby (161); and Mavis is frequently consoled by an unnamed "night visitor" (260).
In terms of the routinization of charism, Massa interprets
the conflict between IHM nuns and Cardinal Francis McIntyre of Los Angeles, from 1965 to 1970, as a charismatic disturbance, initiated ironically by Vatican II's call for religious to return to their founding charisms.
Of 37 people who had suffered cerebral damage, mainly due to strokes, only those whose injuries involved one of two right-brain areas-one that interprets
visual input and one that perceives body states-showed difficulty in recognizing fear and anger in faces.
The operator of PEL 115 interprets
that Wilpinnie 3 was drilled close to the oil-water contact of the interpreted
Tomcat Prospect closure.
By showing less, this picture interprets
the snowplow's task for us, representing its struggle against the forces of nature.
each of these authorial choices as calculated bids for favorable attention from his audience, and reads the subsequent fortunes of the author as evidence for the success or failure of specific strategies of presentation.
The PEL 115 JV partners interprets
that Wilpinnie-3 was drilled close to the oil-water contact of the interpreted
Tomcat Prospect closure.
So well, in fact, that Leybovich regularly interprets
for such major international players as McDermott international, Combustion Engineering, Dresser Industries, Babcock & Wilcox, Westinghouse, General Electric and other clients of the translation firm.