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  • We will each speak in our own language and each bring our own interpreter to minimize confusion.
    interpreter = someone who translates language
  • She will stand to his left and interpret his speech into sign language.
    interpret = translate
  • Okeke interpreted wisely to the spirits and leaders of Umuofia: "The white man says he is happy you have come to him with your grievances, like friends."   (source)
    interpreted = translated
  • Then he asked if he could talk to me and began asking questions using Irfan as an interpreter.   (source)
    interpreter = someone who translates language
  • An interpreter translated.   (source)
  • Maybe they need an interpreter.   (source)
  • As I'm certain you are aware, the problem in the past with this new technology in automotive sound has been road vibrations interfering with an accurate dispersal of the phonic interpretations.   (source)
    interpretations = conversions (from record to sound)
  • Invariably accompanied by a gorgeous French secretary-interpreter who may or may not have consorted with Russian royalty.   (source)
    interpreter = someone who translates language
  • When he speaks in our language, I can interpret what he has said.   (source)
    interpret = translate
  • Our interpreter stepped over and told him to open up.   (source)
    interpreter = someone who translates language
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  • More and more, mistrusting his interpreters, he tries to speak in Kikongo.   (source)
    interpreters = people who translate spoken words into another language
  • The biggest part of the welcoming ceremony was about the roofleaf, which Joseph interpreted for us as one of the villagers recited the story that it is based upon.   (source)
    interpreted = translated
  • The interpreter was showing her magic tricks.   (source)
    interpreter = someone who translates language
  • I had become his de facto interpreter.   (source)
  • At the top of the image, we have the word Heredom—the 'Holy House'—which I interpret as the House of God …. or heaven.   (source)
    interpret = translate
  • The actor Basil Rathbone had admired it so much that with the help of an interpreter the two of them had developed something of a friendship.   (source)
    interpreter = someone who translates language
  • When Bailey tried to interpret the words with: "Whitefolks use 'by the way' to mean while we're on the subject," Momma reminded us that "whitefolks' mouths were most in general loose and their words were an abomination before Christ."   (source)
    interpret = translate
  • I found a watchman on the property who could speak a little German.... The watchman interpreted.   (source)
    interpreted = translated
  • Over the last few months, Leo had learned to interpret this machine language.   (source)
    interpret = translate
  • I acted as an interpreter when needed, since my English was better than most of the employees'.   (source)
    interpreter = someone who translates language
  • A German officer accompanied by a Hungarian lieutenant interpreter, came up and introduced himself.   (source)
  • There was no high school for girls, so she returned to Hargeisa to work as an interpreter for a British doctor.   (source)
  • Twenty-five, including an interpreter and a Navy surgeon, stepped forward.   (source)
  • But if Legolas was with the Company, he would not interpret the songs for them, saying that he had not the skill, and that for him the grief was still too near, a matter for tears and not yet for song.   (source)
    interpret = translate
  • And only one person alive has been schooled and trained in the ancient languages and cultures that will allow him to interpret the directions in that atlas.   (source)
  • The witnesses were from Venezuela, most did not speak English, and the interpreters were not that fluent.   (source)
    interpreters = people who translate spoken words into another language
  • "Just after dark," Antonio said through a Spanish interpreter.   (source)
    interpreter = someone who translates language
  • The answer came dreamily, but with intention. It were as though she were interpreting something. I have heard her use the same tone when reading her shorthand notes.   (source)
    interpreting = translating
  • In the morning an interpreter was found, and they were taken and put upon a car, and taught a new word—"stockyards."   (source)
    interpreter = someone who translates language
  • "Ha!" said Miss Pross, "it doesn't need an interpreter to explain the meaning of these creatures. They have but one, and it's Midnight Murder, and Mischief."   (source)
  • "He wants you to take a glass of wine with him," said the interpreter.   (source)
  • The soul, fortunately, has an interpreter — often an unconscious, but still a truthful interpreter — in the eye.   (source)
  • You accept this young lady as your interpreter, M. Noirtier?   (source)
  • But none of the officers did; and just as the captain was sending forward to ask if any of the people could, Nolan stepped out and said he should be glad to interpret, if the captain wished, as he understood the language.   (source)
    interpret = translate
  • They conversed with one another through the means of an interpreter, and sometimes with the interpretation of looks; and Safie sang to him the divine airs of her native country.   (source)
    interpreter = someone who translates language
  • "I just mean, if you don't feel up to it I could see if we could arrange an interpreter," Glen said.†   (source)
  • Dragging me along as his interpreter, he and I headed for the Say-On drugstore to buy diet pills and a scale.†   (source)
  • As the choir chanted in Hebrew, an interpreter explained.†   (source)
  • "He asks, are you happy," says the interpreter.†   (source)
  • The first said that his name was Muneo Nukita-he was an accomplished Himalayan climber who'd twice reached the top of Everestand then politely explained that he was acting as a guide and an interpreter for the other two, whom he introduced as Yasuko Namba's husband, Kenichi Namba, and her brother.†   (source)
  • The interpreter is convinced it's unmappable and invisible.†   (source)
  • "Now he say they make him fight with the Second Division," the interpreter said.†   (source)
  • The chairman, Alfonse Stompanato, seemed to feel that one of the other instructors , a three-hundred-pound former rock 'n' roll bodyguard named Dimitrios Cotsakis, had established prior right by having flown to Memphis when the King died, interviewed members of the King's entourage and family, been inter viewed himself on local television as an Interpreter of the Phenomenon.†   (source)
  • But Lucrecia del Real did not visit Fermina Daza again, and Fermina Daza interpreted this as a confession of guilt.†   (source)
  • Some interpreted this as a sign from God, an omen of unity.†   (source)
  • You're the interpreter.†   (source)
  • I asked the interpreter.†   (source)
  • But the rumor was that, as an interpreter, he had access to information from fellow Isseis that he later used to buy his release.†   (source)
  • In the rural areas, an interpreter in the magistrate's office was considered second only in importance to the magistrate himself.†   (source)
  • Through the interpreter he ordered several men to fetch the fuel.†   (source)
  • The flight crew outdid itself, telling their passengers the history of every landmark, town, village, interstate highway, and truck stop on the flight route, proclaiming through the interpreter the wish of all Americans for peaceful, friendly relations with the Soviet Union, expressing the professional admiration of the U.S. Air Force for the courage of the Soviet seamen, and mourning the deaths of the officers who had courageously lingered behind, allowing their men to go first.†   (source)
  • Casanova looked at the interpreter.†   (source)
  • The interpreter, the strongest Afghan, later described the SEALs and their American military counterparts as "machines."†   (source)
  • I was extremely lucky to have Chen Yi Zhong as my interpreter.†   (source)
  • Just then the interpreter, at the head of the parade, raised a large megaphone to her lips and called out in Khmer to the other side: These people are doctors; they request permission to enter the territory of Cambodia and offer medical assistance; they have no political designs whatsoever and are guided solely by a concern for human life.†   (source)
  • The man was a retired gray-haired interpreter for the Central Intelligence Agency, but he suited his position so well in appearance he might have come from Central Casting.†   (source)
  • Assisted by an interpreter, Adams replied that his family resembled the first couple both in name and in their frailties and that no doubt "instinct" was the answer to her question.†   (source)
  • "Ask him why he had grenades and a chest rack," I told the interpreter.†   (source)
  • Lily had to serve as an 'interpreter.†   (source)
  • My interpreter claims he can.†   (source)
  • Bring an interpreter or phrase book.†   (source)
  • She named the child Gabriel, the messenger of God, the defender of Israel, the interpreter of Daniel's visions.†   (source)
  • This was a great boon to me, for I was able to enlist his aid as an interpreter between Ootek and myself.†   (source)
  • His interpreter, a Polish girl, had a coughing fit.†   (source)
  • "And probably well worth the pilgrimage," I said, standing, "if only I could find an interpreter … I thank you for the minute I took and the others you gave me.†   (source)
  • A telegraphic signal, improperly interpreted, owing to the fog, was the cause of this error.   (source)
    interpreted = translated
  • Signor Pastrini interpreted the question and answer, and the horses galloped off.   (source)
  • When the interpreter had translated this, the judge, whose calendar was crowded, and whose automobile was ordered for a certain hour, interrupted with the remark: "Oh, I see."   (source)
    interpreter = someone who translates language
  • Fagin was about to translate these mysterious expressions into the vulgar tongue; and, being interpreted, Mr. Bolter would have been informed that they represented that combination of words, 'transportation for life,' when the dialogue was cut short by the entry of Master Bates, with his hands in his breeches-pockets, and his face twisted into a look of semi-comical woe.   (source)
    interpreted = translated
  • You would say you don't see it; at least I flatter myself I read as much in your eye (beware, by-the-bye, what you express with that organ; I am quick at interpreting its language).   (source)
    interpreting = translating
  • To this gentleman, Stubb was now politely introduced by the Guernsey-man, who at once ostentatiously put on the aspect of interpreting between them.   (source)
  • If American and European men-of-war now peacefully ride in once savage harbors, let them fire salutes to the honour and glory of the whale-ship, which originally showed them the way, and first interpreted between them and the savages.   (source)
    interpreted = translated
  • According to this little plan of theirs, the Guernsey-man, under cover of an interpreter's office, was to tell the Captain what he pleased, but as coming from Stubb; and as for Stubb, he was to utter any nonsense that should come uppermost in him during the interview.   (source)
    interpreter = someone who translates language
  • It had been supposed some of the papers might be in the Arabian, Romaic, or Turkish language, and the interpreter of the House was in attendance.   (source)
  • I will repeat them, then; and since he has chosen me as his interpreter, I will be faithful to the trust, and will not alter a word of his intentions.   (source)
  • "Yes," said the procureur, "and I think the will promises to be yet more extraordinary, for I cannot see how it is to be drawn up without the intervention of Valentine, and she may, perhaps, be considered as too much interested in its contents to allow of her being a suitable interpreter of the obscure and ill-defined wishes of her grandfather."   (source)
  • …Faria, the worthy master of The Young Amelia (the name of the Genoese tartan) knew a smattering of all the tongues spoken on the shores of that large lake called the Mediterranean, from the Arabic to the Provencal, and this, while it spared him interpreters, persons always troublesome and frequently indiscreet, gave him great facilities of communication, either with the vessels he met at sea, with the small boats sailing along the coast, or with the people without name, country, or…   (source)
    interpreters = people who translate spoken words into another language
  • First using the interpreter, and then using the dog, and then visible lasers.†   (source)
  • 'He appeared to be most anxious,' offered the interpreter.†   (source)
  • 'Gladly, sir,' said the interpreter.†   (source)
  • At four hours, the man slipped, falling thirty yards down a steep granite face, and Adam hurried down to him with the interpreter.†   (source)
  • "Call Mr. Cinque and Mr. Covey," Judson said, "and let the record show that the court recognizes and accepts Mr. Covey's ability as interpreter for the Amistad negroes."†   (source)
  • Tom confirmed seeing the same action from his angle, and the assault team leader, Rick Martinez, relayed this to the interpreter, who yelled something along the lines of, "We saw that, lady!†   (source)
  • Knowing well of the Amistad case, the commander of the Buzzard, Captain James Fitzgerald, granted Covey leave to serve as interpreter for the Amistad Committee and the blacks held in captive, saying it was the least the Crown could do in the situation.†   (source)
  • One rushed ahead to the lobby liquor store as the others detained him by the elevator, chattering continuously through the interpreter.†   (source)
  • The truth is, if we got to that point, no story we could come up with was going to cover up twenty-two SEALS packing sixty pounds of high-tech gear on their backs, an EOD tech, and an interpreter for a total of twenty-four men, plus a dog, raiding a suburban neighborhood a few miles from the Pakistani military academy.†   (source)
  • My God, it was the first place all twelve of those bureaucrats from the Trade Commission took me, prattling incessantly through the interpreter that it was a sign of their permanence.†   (source)
  • I'm sorry to bother you, but I'm First Interpreter for all French delegations having business with government industry and I'm afraid I've lost one of my confused sheep.†   (source)
  • A Vietnamese interpreter was talking to him.†   (source)
  • But is this interpreter necessarily metaphysical and unembodied?†   (source)
  • I thought he was done, but he was only pausing for the interpreter to catch up.†   (source)
  • I know better than to look the interpreter in the face.†   (source)
  • HQ didn't have an interpreter, and the ARVN interpreter didn't get anything from the woman.†   (source)
  • "Excuse me," says the interpreter again, to catch our attention.†   (source)
  • The interpreter turns back to the group, chatters at them in stac-cato.†   (source)
  • That's what he said," the interpreter reported.†   (source)
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  • She interpreted the verb "judge" as "to pass sentence", but he had meant it as "to discern or to see fine distinctions".
    interpreted = understood
  • The two sides disagree on how that clause of the contract should be interpreted.
    interpreted = understood or explained (In this case, exactly what does it mean in this context?)
  • How will a court interpret the word careless if there is a lawsuit?
    interpret = understand (what does it mean exactly?)
  • Like so many words, it can be interpreted in two ways:   (source)
    interpreted = understood or explained
  • And sometimes people don't know whether to interpret silence as confidence or fear.   (source)
    interpret = understand (something in a particular way)
  • Mrs. Liddell, not hearing this exchange, flashed her daughter a look, which Alice was at a loss to interpret.   (source)
    interpret = understand
  • He introduced himself as an Islamic reformer and an interpreter of the Quran.   (source)
    interpreter = expert who understands a complex subject and can explain it to non-experts
  • Up to that point, our encounter could have been interpreted as a respectful inquiry, one man asking for the whereabouts of another man.   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • On the next exam I scored a B, and by the end of the semester I was pulling A's. It was a miracle and I interpreted it as such.   (source)
  • After many minutes at his side, when everything slowed, she attempted to interpret the dream.   (source)
    interpret = explain the meaning of
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  • "I hope that's how people interpret the four I'll probably get," says Peeta.   (source)
    interpret = understand (something in a particular way)
  • There was always some risk of to be misunderstood by other Japanese by making humane interpretation of our duty.   (source)
    interpretation = understanding
  • It can be interpreted to mean that he was ready, perhaps, to shed a little of the armor he wore around his heart, that upon returning to civilization, he intended to abandon the life of a solitary vagabond, stop running so hard from intimacy, and become a member of the human community.   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • She was our town interpreter, mine and Laura's.   (source)
    interpreter = someone who understands something and can explain it to others
  • He holds out both his arms, and she interprets this gesture as "undress me."   (source)
    interprets = understands (something in a particular way)
  • As plausible an interpretation as this seemed, Langdon felt haunted now by a troubling paradox.   (source)
    interpretation = explanation of meaning
  • "You don't have to talk to Ron!" she added irritably, correctly interpreting his silence.   (source)
    interpreting = understanding (something in a particular way)
  • I don't know if he means that no one can help him, or if I, specifically, can't help him, but I would not be okay with either interpretation.   (source)
    interpretation = understanding (of something in a particular way)
  • You know how I always interpreted that?   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • I only interpret dreams.   (source)
    interpret = explain the meaning of
      I accepted a hopeful interpretation. Leper had "escaped." You didn't "escape" from the army, so he must have escaped from something else. The most logical thing a soldier escapes from is danger, death, the enemy. Since Leper hadn't been overseas the enemy must have been in this country. And the only enemies in this country would be spies. Leper had escaped from spies.   (source)
    interpretation = understanding or explanation (of something in a particular way)
  •   "He seems to be working hard. He's prepping the rover for a long trip and testing it. He plans to be there when Ares 4 lands."
      "That's one interpretation, yes," Irene said.
      "Is there another?"
      Irene carefully formed her answer before speaking. "When facing death, people want to be heard. They don't want to die alone. He might just want the MAV radio so he can talk to another soul before he dies."   (source)
    interpretation = explanation
  • They looked hard and purposeful, and Goodwife Cruff's eyes glittered toward Kit with contempt and something else she could not interpret.   (source)
    interpret = understand
  • At last Ralph induced him to hold the shell but by then the blow of laughter had taken away the child's voice. Piggy knelt by him, one hand on the great shell, listening and interpreting to the assembly.   (source)
    interpreting = explaining
  • The Church, sharp-eyed as it must be when gods long dead are brought to life, condemned these orgies as witchcraft and interpreted them rightly, as a resurgence of the Dionysiac forces it had crushed long before.   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • The Pap smear had the potential to decrease that death rate by 70 percent or more, but there were two things standing in its way: first, many women—like Henrietta—simply didn't get the test; and, second, even when they did, few doctors knew how to interpret the results accurately, because they didn't know what the various stages of cervical cancer looked like under a microscope.   (source)
    interpret = understand
  • Trillian stopped and studied one of them but could not interpret any sense in them.   (source)
  • "The king had a dream," said Valentine, "but he forgot what it was, so he told his wise men to interpret the dream or they'd die."   (source)
    interpret = explain the meaning of
  • Plastering your absurd interpretations on to the most innocent of gestures.   (source)
    interpretations = ways of understanding or explaining things
  • God teaches us to most help the poor. Any other interpretation is unacceptable.   (source)
    interpretation = understanding
  • But like a beat, the central thought formed only the spine of more complex thoughts, thoughts he could not as yet even begin to interpret.   (source)
    interpret = understand
  • It was possible that she interpreted his quiet nature accurately as well and knew he would be slow to anger and never violent.   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • The fanatics we fought valued nothing but their twisted interpretation of religion.   (source)
    interpretation = understanding (of something in a particular way)
  • Personally I've never been troubled by any such difficulties with interpreting God's word.   (source)
    interpreting = understanding (something in a particular way)
  • You know, I'm not even going to interpret this.   (source)
    interpret = explain the meaning of
  • Use any interpretive strategies you've picked up from this book or elsewhere.   (source)
    interpretive = relating to understanding or explaining something in a particular way
  • "Don't blow yourself up," Mom said, with a look that defied interpretation.   (source)
    interpretation = understanding of meaning
  • Lagos modified the strict Chomskyan theory by supposing that learning a language is like blowing code into PROMs-an analogy that I cannot interpret.   (source)
    interpret = understand or explain
  • "A commendably sentimental interpretation," said Valentine, "but unlikely."   (source)
    interpretation = explanation or understanding
  • In seminary he had been taught that God had completely stopped any overt communication with moderns, preferring to have them only listen to and follow sacred Scripture, properly interpreted, of course.   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • He really thought it was, and she was going to know very soon, and for the rest of her life, that the topic of music was almost a magic formula that he used to propose friendship, but at that moment she interpreted it as a joke.   (source)
  • Some interpret that as a literal exchange, as in, two days equals two thousand years.   (source)
    interpret = understand (something in a particular way)
  • In order to interpret his patients' dreams, Freud often had to work his way through a dense language of symbols—rather in the way we interpret a picture or a literary text.   (source)
    interpret = understand the meaning of
  • [of a particular kind of smile] Its advantage is that men can interpret it however they want; you can imagine how often I've relied on it.   (source)
  • She looked at me closely, and only a person who knew her face well could have perceived the muscles relaxing and interpreted this as an indication of concern.   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • But we can't interpret them.   (source)
    interpret = understand
  • What had they discovered that could not be interpreted as plausible, though exceptional, coincidence?   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • The theory was that someone so used to the freedom of space couldn't handle the confinement, but Peter had another interpretation.   (source)
    interpretation = explanation or understanding
  • Still lost in his cabalistic dreams, Akibe Drummer had discovered a verse in the Bible which, interpreted in terms of numerology, enabled him to predict that the deliverance was due within the coming weeks.   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • Psychologists call this tendency the Fundamental Attribution Error (FAE), which is a fancy way of saying that when it comes to interpreting other people's behavior, human beings invariably make the mistake of overestimating the importance of fundamental character traits and underestimating the importance of the situation and context.   (source)
    interpreting = understanding (something in a particular way)
  • Ali crushed the rebellion, and then for centuries Islamic scholars discounted Aisha's importance and rejected her feminist interpretations.   (source)
    interpretations = ways of understanding or explaining things
  • Freddie, however, interpreted her look as simple shame, but that didn't stop him from grinning.   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • It was this interpretation of Bushido that motivated the Japanese soldiers to fight to the death in a manner the Marines judged fanatical.   (source)
    interpretation = understanding (of something in a particular way)
  • If word reached him that General Dreedle or General Peckem had been seen smiling, frowning, or doing neither, he could not make himself rest until he had found an acceptable interpretation and grumbled mulishly until Colonel Korn persuaded him to relax and take things easy.   (source)
    interpretation = explanation of meaning
  • Words have to be chosen, and then interpreted; but thought-shapes you feel, inside you……   (source)
    interpreted = understood
  • These works were inspired by a new interpretation of Christianity, and led directly to a new conception of art.   (source)
    interpretation = understanding (of something in a particular way)
  • There then rose schools of thinkers who interpreted history as a cyclical process and claimed to show that inequality was the unalterable law of human life.   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • The verdict of the jury would be interpreted by him in a spirit of justice.   (source)
  • Rightly interpreting her silence, Gerald patted her arm and said triumphantly: "There now, Scarlett!"   (source)
    interpreting = understanding (something in a particular way)
  • It was evident that he was undergoing some process of mental disturbance, and knowing how his past moods had interpreted things seemingly foreign to himself, I thought I would enter into his mind as well as I could and go with him.   (source)
    interpreted = understood
  •   "But what does Titian hair mean?"
      "Being interpreted it means plain red, I guess," laughed Anne. "Titian
    was a very famous artist who liked to paint red-haired women."   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • "Comrade" Lucas was not what is called an educated man; he knew only the Bible, but it was the Bible interpreted by real experience.   (source)
  • And as she spoke she bestowed on him a smile which he interpreted as meaning that she was entirely his.   (source)
    interpreted = understood
  • Abruptly the right interpretation dawned upon my mind.   (source)
    interpretation = understanding (of something in a particular way)
  • He informed Muishkin that his father had lately found a new interpretation of the star called "wormwood," which fell upon the water-springs, as described in the Apocalypse.   (source)
    interpretation = understanding of meaning
  • [regarding Jim's dream]  So Jim went to work and told me the whole thing right through, just as it happened, only he painted it up considerable.  Then he said he must start in and "'terpret" it, because it was sent for a warning.
    "Oh, well, that's all interpreted well enough as far as it goes, Jim," I says; "but..."   (source)
    interpreted = understood or explained
  • But when a great scholar like Professor Kittredge interprets what the master said, it is "as if new sight were given the blind."   (source)
    interprets = explains (something in a particular way)
  • Aouda pathetically thanked her deliverers, rather with tears than words; her fine eyes interpreted her gratitude better than her lips.   (source)
    interpreted = explained
  • He was a believer, who was interested in religion primarily in its political aspect, and the new doctrine which ventured upon several new interpretations, just because it paved the way to discussion and analysis, was in principle disagreeable to him.   (source)
    interpretations = ways of understanding or explaining things
  • Such helpfulness was found in her—so much power to do, and power to sympathise—that many people refused to interpret the scarlet A by its original signification.   (source)
    interpret = understand or explain (something in a particular way)
  • The result of the conversation was on the whole more painful to Mary: inevitably her attention had taken a new attitude, and she saw the possibility of new interpretations.   (source)
    interpretations = ways of understanding or explaining things
  • However novel and peculiar this testimony of attachment, I did not doubt the accuracy of the interpretation.   (source)
    interpretation = understanding or explanation
  • He too has been watching all of these interpreters—myself included—and look now, he comes to read, with that unearthly idiot face.   (source)
    interpreters = people who explain things in a particular way
  • I could interpret one of your looks.   (source)
    interpret = understand
  • I interpreted it as a warning of disaster.   (source)
    interpreted = understood (in a particular way)
  • 'Well, he wishes to see you,' said I, guessing her need of an interpreter.   (source)
    interpreter = someone who can understand and explain something in a particular way
  • Interpret my words with candour and answer me, I conjure you, with confidence and sincerity.   (source)
    interpret = understand
  • On this point she was soon satisfied; and two or three little circumstances occurred ere they parted, which, in her anxious interpretation, denoted a recollection of Jane not untinctured by tenderness, and a wish of saying more that might lead to the mention of her, had he dared.   (source)
    interpretation = understanding or explanation
  • Jess's voice was low and rough, so unfamiliar to me that I didn't know how to interpret the tone.†   (source)
  • Most recently—only this August—I heard from him in a manner typical of Owen; which is to say, in a manner open to interpretation and dispute.†   (source)
  • Those who possess this power, her dad said, could interpret dreams, repel disease or death, inform hunters where to find game, and send a spirit helper to harm their enemies.†   (source)
  • I wasn't sure how to interpret the pop-eyed face she made at me.†   (source)
  • To demonstrate it, however, he had to be careful not to write anything that could be interpreted as anti-Japanese or pro-feudal, Christian or Communist.†   (source)
  • Now that he was established to have greater capacities, his problems could only be interpreted as a disability.†   (source)
  • The body, learning a thing is good for it, interprets the flavor as pleasurable—slightly euphoric.†   (source)
  • I plan on asking Fela who knows how to interpret dreams.†   (source)
  • Farmer interprets all this as "a giant morality play, a commentary on social inequality."†   (source)
  • In order to ensure victory, you have to figure out how your enemy interprets information and reacts to the world.†   (source)
  • "Well, you know," I said, "there's a lot left up to interpretation."†   (source)
  • I decided to interpret it as a show of support.†   (source)
  • Clara the Clairvoyant could interpret dreams.†   (source)
  • Tomas was not sure whether to interpret it as a sincere, friendly warning ( Watch out, we're being filmed; if you talk to us, you may be hauled in for another interrogation ) or as irony ( If you weren't brave enough to sign the petition, be consistent and don't try the old-pals act on us ).†   (source)
  • Perhaps this could be interpreted as a pitch for the audio-book of This I Believe, in which each of these essays is read by its writer.†   (source)
  • He could tell that I had been crying and he wasn't sure how to interpret that.†   (source)
  • Our modern laws are elastic and open to interpretation according to …. circumstances.†   (source)
  • The payment clause, however, is subject to interpretation.†   (source)
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  • I loved her interpretation of Lady Macbeth.
    interpretation = an artists performance of another artist's work that expresses the performer's feelings or ideas about the work
  • She won the interpretive dance contest.
    interpretive = related to expressing personal artistic ideas or feelings while performing (or performing to) someone else's work
  • The piece was written to be happy, but I completely missed that in her interpretation.
    interpretation = an artists performance of another artist's work that expresses the performer's feelings or ideas about the work
  • She interprets others' music in an original way.
    interprets = expresses personal artistic ideas while performing someone else's work
  • Some interpretive dance.   (source)
    interpretive = expressing personal artistic ideas while performing another's work
  • I wished I could watch this kind of dancing every day: it was astonishingly expansive, and the big-nosed dancers' artistic interpretations and discipline quickly gained our respect.   (source)
    interpretations = performances that express personal feelings or ideas
  • If I can't do my interpretive dance, I don't want to dance with anyone.   (source)
    interpretive = expressing personal artistic ideas while performing another's work
  • When the concert was over.... The professional elocutionist, Mrs. Evans, came and chatted with her, telling her that she had a charming voice and "interpreted" her selections beautifully.   (source)
    interpreted = expressed personal artistic ideas or feelings while performing someone else's work
  • He felt as if a polite but insistent stage-manager were attempting to make him give a new interpretation of a part he had conned for years.   (source)
    interpretation = an artists performance of another artist's work that expresses the performer's feelings or ideas about the work
  • But although the photographer had been prevented from reproducing directly the masterpieces or the beauties of nature, and had there been replaced by a great artist, he resumed his odious position when it came to reproducing the artist's interpretation.   (source)
    interpretation = an artist's work expressing feelings or ideas about something
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  • There was a proper consumption of strong waters all along the line; one man invariably went on the stage highly stimulated, claiming that his particular interpretation of the part required it.   (source)
    interpretation = an artists performance of another artist's work that expresses the performer's feelings or ideas about the work
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  • Trudy looked back at Claude and interpreted.†   (source)
  • She shot me a look that I couldn't quite interpret, and then said, "Holmesy's like a grandmother when it comes to the internet."†   (source)
  • Today someone might interpret this behavior as a sign of anger, since the poor tot was stuck with a nanny against his wishes while the other family members reveled.†   (source)
  • Wang tried to interpret the flickers as Morse code.†   (source)
  • Interpreting the Count's expression as one of hesitation, Nina—that most self-reliant of souls—gripped the Count by the arm.†   (source)
  • Good friends who interpreted parts of the Bible differently were bad influences.†   (source)
  • At another level, though, I get weary of the explanations and interpretations, of hearing about the lessons to be learned.†   (source)
  • At least, that was my interpretation.†   (source)
  • I chose to interpret their silence as agreement.†   (source)
  • I ran over and over the conversation I had heard, trying to interpret it in some alternative way, trying to convince myself that I had misunderstood what they had said.†   (source)
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  • Cook was counting on him now to challenge the state's interpretation of much of the evidence in the case against Jim Williams.†   (source)
  • Whispers it the room; Dumbledore, interpreting them correctly, merely smiled and shook his purple-and-gold sleeve over his injury.†   (source)
  • Undoubtedly, each of us interpreted my father's announcement as the answer to some wish or fear of ours.†   (source)
  • It was Grandmother's interpretation of what he had foreseen that provided the only difference of opinion between us.†   (source)
  • This brain he used to interpret, analyze, sense, and remember the world, it was his brain, wired by thousands of years of evolution.†   (source)
  • She'd interpret his mumble as a yes.†   (source)
  • Mrs. Byrne makes a strangled sound that I interpret as a laugh.†   (source)
  • Even with all the many hours Phillip insisted we sit and listen to his interpretation of the Bible, I still don't really know if I believe in the Bible at all.†   (source)
  • They were things for which it was impossible to prepare but which one spent a lifetime looking back at, trying to accept, interpret, comprehend.†   (source)
  • Could they interpret his actual thoughts from the brain patterns they were so studiously collecting?†   (source)
  • " 'tis hard to interpret the ways of menfolk, them being so complex and all, but surely when he said let nothing disturb us,' that was indeed his true meaning?"†   (source)
  • And May would be worse at interpreting Maxon than I was.†   (source)
  • "It was a bad time," said Mr. Bracegirdle, correctly interpreting my silence.†   (source)
  • We interpret what we see, select the most workable of the multiple choices.†   (source)
  • Agatha had interpreted his drug-sparked chatter as an attempt to put her at her ease.†   (source)
  • According to my interpretation, they must pick a seed from an ancient oak tree by the bend in a river.†   (source)
  • You can see why doubting one's own craziness is considered a good sign: It's a sort of flailing response by the second interpreter.†   (source)
  • Then he interpreted what the cracks meant.†   (source)
  • During most of it the guy beside me draws pictures that seem to be his interpretation of what Martians look like.†   (source)
  • Del responded with the type of silence I had come to interpret as assent.†   (source)
  • It's a loose interpretation of the word 'boy,' I'll admit.†   (source)
  • Now she was moving on to what she interpreted as his cultural deficiencies.†   (source)
  • On learning of this request the crowd outside the Tribune booed and hissed, correctly interpreting the move as an attempt to gain time to lobby for more votes.†   (source)
  • Now here's where the business of interpretation gets interesting.†   (source)
  • Sethe had given little thought to the white dress until Paul D came, and then she remembered Denver's interpretation: plans.†   (source)
  • Again, Father put the best interpretation on it.†   (source)
  • This reading is based on the interpretation of Bendt Aister.†   (source)
  • Then you'll bring in faith, and Ellerby will counter with biblical interpretation, which you will point out is nothing more than cheap rationalization in order to avoid being responsible to God.†   (source)
  • Sometimes I feel I've wandered into a Far Eastern dream, too remote to be interpreted.†   (source)
  • However, the possibility had already occurred to me that Mr Farraday was simply feigning indifference in order to minimize my embarrassment, and such a surreptitious delivery could be interpreted as complacency on my part towards my error - or worse, an attempt to cover it up.†   (source)
  • However bad the radio news, he could always put a good interpretation on it.†   (source)
  • "I saw what was going on but I might interpret it differently than you did," Mr. Goldstein said.†   (source)
  • There's so many ways a thing can be interpreted," I said.†   (source)
  • He will interpret Beethoven.†   (source)
  • They can interpret this however they want.†   (source)
  • No," Jace said, shooting a look at Isabelle that Clary couldn't quite interpret.†   (source)
  • His interpretation was incorrect only in part, because the woman was the aunt, not the mother of the child, although she had raised her as if she were her own.†   (source)
  • I can take him, Jessica thought, but that might conflict with the way they interpret the legend.†   (source)
  • He began to read and interpret it at the same time.†   (source)
  • Her answer would be so obscure or ambiguous that the priests would have to interpret it.†   (source)
  • Then I remembered Mrs. Willard and her simultaneous interpreter.†   (source)
  • Therefore I will interpret what you say and do in a favorable light.†   (source)
  • Henry interpreted it as a warm gesture and returned it.†   (source)
  • Her eyes flashed a signal which he caught but could not interpret.†   (source)
  • If possible, I'd like to be a freelance translator or interpreter.†   (source)
  • The Serpent, to my interpretation, was pain.†   (source)
  • Geniuses don't adjust their interpretations to suit the taste of tyrants!†   (source)
  • Those who have the ears to hear and the eyes to see can interpret the signs easily enough.†   (source)
  • This program helps us to interpret the data in an understandable way.†   (source)
  • Don't interpret my advice as an excuse to go after Alex.†   (source)
  • Raymond, Govan, and Kathy, however, insisted that although such a visit could be explained away as a family matter, it would be interpreted by many people inside and outside as a sign of my endorsement of the man and his policies.†   (source)
  • "The reason I chose the shingaling as the centerpiece of this dance," explains Echevarri, "is because it's the only one of the dance fads of the time that actually evolved over the years to reflect the musical styles and genres of the musicians and dancers interpreting it.†   (source)
  • They required interpretation.†   (source)
  • It's supposed to be left up to your interpretation.†   (source)
  • How should this correlation be interpreted?†   (source)
  • Finally, I wanted to shatter that awful stare of his, the expression I could not interpret.†   (source)
  • With a junior officer acting as interpreter, they asked for and got plenty of additional bacon.†   (source)
  • The buildup to the Memorial Day Indy 500, normally a huge sporting event, was all but squeezed out of the nation's press; in the San Francisco Chronicle, coverage of the auto race was buried on page 24, alongside an interpretation of the tides.†   (source)
  • Their interpreter and four guards were killed.†   (source)
  • The cops climbed out of their rides and stood at semi-attention, although Puller interpreted far more contempt in their body language than respect for a superior officer.†   (source)
  • Jeff interpreted this to mean that Adam couldn't give her enough drugs or drug money.†   (source)
  • The one with the forehead scar said something in Pashto that Mortenson couldn't decipher, but he chose to interpret that his request had been noted.†   (source)
  • He smiles and waves, but not before I can interpret the look on his face-envy.†   (source)
  • "Holy cow," I said, in a way that could have been interpreted as sarcastic.†   (source)
  • I was a rape victim; how would I interpret his touch?†   (source)
  • At least that is the likeliest interpretation of Ian Mackenzie's "Volunteer or else" statement.†   (source)
  • As he was of an optimistic bent and endowed with the common sense typical of all his countrymen, he opted for the second interpretation, and by the end of the week he had begun to relax.†   (source)
  • Or perhaps her sisters didn't know what the note said, tossed it aside, and in its skewed state they saw and interpreted the italicized characters.†   (source)
  • Not much need for a trained psychotherapist to interpret that one.†   (source)
  • Sabina always rebelled against that interpretation.†   (source)
  • As he picked her up, carried her, ran with her, every tear that fell from his eyes onto her face she would have interpreted as affirmations of his love.†   (source)
  • Jesus said: Whoever finds the interpretation of these sayings will not experience death.†   (source)
  • He asked whether Danny agreed with this interpretation, and Danny said he did not, he agreed with another medieval commentator, who had given another interpretation.†   (source)
  • I'm pretty busy right now," responded Lucky with his normal sarcasm, which Cesar often failed to interpret.†   (source)
  • The details fell into his mind; simple facts that painted a picture that could only be interpreted in its entirety.†   (source)
  • It was a big stretch for me, loving both perpetrators and victims' families, and most of the time I fail because so often the victims' families interpret my care for perpetrators as choosing sides--the wrong side.†   (source)
  • I wished I had physical data from Mianaai, so I could interpret the edge in her voice when she named Lieutenant Awn.†   (source)
  • This morning you answered the people's appeal and we want you to be the true interpreter of the people.†   (source)
  • Many of my difficulties and distresses were of so peculiar a cast that in order to conceal them from the enemy, I was obliged to conceal them from my friends, indeed from my own army, thereby subjecting my conduct to interpretations unfavorable to my character.†   (source)
  • No," said the squad's interpreter.†   (source)
  • I've read you, seen you, expounding on your esoteric interpretations of complex legal matters, assaulting every decent thing the courts of this country have decreed in the last thirty years, when you haven't the vaguest idea what it is to be poor, or hungry, or have an unwanted mass in your belly you neither anticipated nor can provide a life for.†   (source)
  • Pilar runs her finger up and down the Chinese chart, interpreting the symbols, then she shakes her head warily and begins to read.†   (source)
  • Joe flashed back to Mercy's mention of "seat belts," plural, and to other things she had said that suddenly required a more literal interpretation than he had given them.†   (source)
  • "Terp" was short for interpreter.†   (source)
  • He'd heard Eugenides tell his stories, but hadn't realized the Thief's interpretations were more than a personal aberration.†   (source)
  • While the images were clear to Max, the interpretation of the story was not.†   (source)
  • My brain tries to interpret the scene as a wall of discarded dolls.†   (source)
  • It's for you to interpret.†   (source)
  • At last Rex would have someone to help him sift through the endless troves of midnighter knowledge, to compare interpretations of confusing and contradictory tales, to read alongside him.†   (source)
  • In view of the extreme poverty and underdevel-opment, and the rather depressed appearance of the town, the latter interpretation was not unkind.†   (source)
  • You mean, however you personally interpret the truth.†   (source)
  • A moment only Conrad could have interpreted.†   (source)
  • If you interpreter cannot present himself to the court by then, you shall have to press on.†   (source)
  • And I am to stay on my uncomplicated task of rendering a man's life and ambition and leave to the unseen experts the arcana of human interpretation.†   (source)
  • What is to interpret?†   (source)
  • This interpretation is confirmed by other data in my samples.†   (source)
  • It had been years since she had experienced that curious fluttering sensation of her heart, a wild beating inside her chest, that she interpreted as a warning of danger.†   (source)
  • He is learning to interpret them now.†   (source)
  • Courts interpret law.†   (source)
  • The interpretation of character is my own.†   (source)
  • It was his interpretation of the evidence, and as every one of you knows, there are two sides to every story.†   (source)
  • At the time I had interpreted the last question as an intimation that there was a secret door, a door soon to be opened.†   (source)
  • Dr. Bassiouni has never gotten married, a fact which, according to one interpretation, is attributable to his faithfulness to an old love that ended painfully.†   (source)
  • I'll interpret for you.†   (source)
  • "They are too old to live in a hole in the ground, but still too young to follow their parents," Mike interpreted, as Ootek explained.†   (source)
  • Interpretation is something else.†   (source)
  • I'll interpret.†   (source)
  • I warned them that this kind of thing was interpreted by black men as part of the hopeless lack of understanding on the part of white men and that they must be careful to invite men the black people considered leaders, not just a few black men that the business and community leadership considered leaders.†   (source)
  • Certainly he neither spoke nor understood English, and Vindarten had to act as interpreter.†   (source)
  • He paused and his eyes morosely probed me for some interpretation of this evil masque.†   (source)
  • "If, as you suggest," I began, "they constantly express and interpret themselves and their universe by a kind of subliminal dreamsong, it would seem to follow that, as in all things, some are better at it than others.†   (source)
  • Then, like a blackstone sentinel, he stood for a while beside the loop of the billabongs, gazing into the desert, interpreting sounds that the children couldn't even hear.†   (source)
  • DRUMMOND Oh You interpret that the first day recorded in the Book of Genesis could be of indeterminate length.†   (source)
  • The guilelessness, the innocence that wasn't innocence—I thought it could be traced back to Ferdinand, his interpretation of our relationship and his idea of what I could be used for.†   (source)
  • Louis Lippo, as does every man, loved to interpret, to a stranger particularly, if no native was present to put up an argument.†   (source)
  • Has a wolf ever asked advice from any interpreter of dreams?†   (source)
  • You've listened to the testimony and you've had the law read to you and interpreted as it applies to this case.†   (source)
  • There is a kind of stupidity among drunks, particularly when they are sober, a kind of disconnection which the unobservant interpret as vagueness and which Leamas seemed to acquire with unnatural speed.†   (source)
  • BOTARD: [to DUDARD] I hold the key to all these happenings, an infallible system of interpretation.†   (source)
  • WHILE ELISHA WAS SPEAKING, Elizabeth felt that the Lord was speaking a message to her heart, that this fiery visitation was meant for her; and that if she humbled herself to listen, God would give her the interpretation.†   (source)
  • The Constitution was not a collection of loosely given political promises subject to broad interpretation.†   (source)
  • CROMWELL (Nodding judicially) The facts will bear that interpretation, I suppose.†   (source)
  • I grab a peeper interpreter and go looking in four languages.†   (source)
  • They blended religion and art and science because, at base, science is no more than an investigation of a miracle we can never explain, and art is an interpretation of that mirade.†   (source)
  • I wrote about being my mother's interpreter.†   (source)
  • The DCI shook hands with the former interpreter.†   (source)
  • She wished she were white, which one could interpret as an indictment of our society.†   (source)
  • Then Constantin and the Russian girl interpreter and the whole bunch of black and white and yellow men arguing down there behind their labeled microphones seemed to move off at a distance.†   (source)
  • He must have noticed this, because he looks at me, puzzled, gives a little frown I choose to interpret as concern, though it may merely be irritation.†   (source)
  • The patient must lay out the often fantastic assertions of the first interpreter and scrutinize them with the second.†   (source)
  • I had always assumed that she would be relieved to return to her family and to a land where she spoke the language and didn't need me to act as her interpreter.†   (source)
  • Then I turned the letter paper over and on the opposite side wrote that I was engaged to a simultaneous interpreter and never wanted to see Buddy again as I did not want to give my children a hypocrite for a father.†   (source)
  • A second, superior interpreter?†   (source)
  • While Adams conferred with Jefferson and Franklin, Abigail and Nabby toured the city, John Quincy serving as their guide and interpreter.†   (source)
  • You must be a fine interpreter.†   (source)
  • He hadn't done anything this evening that could be interpreted as being more than casually interested.†   (source)
  • At the same time, it could be interpreted as the prime minister giving his approval to the establishment of a body that would also monitor particularly sensitive individuals outside SIS, such as the prime minister himself.†   (source)
  • I was working with a towering Haitian named Daniel Morel, my photographer and interpreter and one day to be my friend.†   (source)
  • Mr. Rearden, you do not know these people's way of doing business or how they interpret your presence here.†   (source)
  • Some made no comment at all, but turned away, their faces showing a peculiar resentment under the effort to appear noncommittal, as if they feared that the mere act of looking at him would be interpreted as taking a stand.†   (source)
  • This interpretation hasn't occurred to me.†   (source)
  • After that the finances became so obvious that no one needed an investment banker to interpret them.†   (source)
  • Outside, Ali, the CIA interpreter, and the security team were dealing with curious neighbors.†   (source)
  • The same spirit that made the laws would probably interpret them.†   (source)
  • Can you really blame them if they put a bad interpretation on your unwillingness to show yourselves?†   (source)
  • Even at the time, I realised this couldn't be right, that this interpretation didn't fit with the rest of the lyrics.†   (source)
  • During the ceremony, and later at the reception, she wore a smile that seemed painted on with white lead, a soulless grimace that some interpreted as a mocking smile of victory, but in reality was her poor attempt at disguising the terror of a virgin bride.†   (source)
  • This was his interpretation.†   (source)
  • If any other gunters out there shared my interpretation of the Limerick, so far they'd been smart enough to keep quiet about it.†   (source)
  • But on Friday he was invaded by an unreasoning calm, which he interpreted as an omen that nothing new was going to happen, that everything he had done in his life had been in vain, that he could not go on: it was the end.†   (source)
  • In fact, a comparison of how I might interpret 'a distinguished household' with what the Hayes Society understood by that term illuminates sharply, I believe, the fundamental difference between the values of our generation of butlers and those of the previous generation.†   (source)
  • According to this interpretation, the king was enticed away from the path of righteousness by the cult of El, with its associated worship of Asherah-who is commonly associated with serpents, and whose symbol is a tree.†   (source)
  • But then it seemed to me it would be a step, placing him, renouncing him, in spite of the fact that I had nobody-telling him there was no simultaneous interpreter, nobody, but that he was the wrong one, that I had stopped hanging on.†   (source)
  • It's possible you could, if Ajihad's last words were interpreted as a blessing to secure the leadership.†   (source)
  • It's not that I would feel cold toward him, but his personality was such that he always made you consider the oddest aspects of events and happenings, and so you never felt fully comfortable saying the most innocent things, for worry how he might interpret or reobserve them.†   (source)
  • Aureliano Segundo did not let the chance go by to regale his cousins with a thunderous champagne and accordion party that was interpreted as a tardy adjustment of accounts with the carnival, which went awry because of the jubilee.†   (source)
  • One interpretation of Ayres's study is that these car salesmen simply made a blanket decision that women and blacks are lay-downs.†   (source)
  • Some might interpret Botha's willingness to meet me as his way of stealing thunder from his rival, but that did not concern me.†   (source)
  • He seemed not to notice or care, but to be protected by their almost supernatural momentum, which Nicolo interpreted as a friendly race to see who could rise faster to the topmost ridge, where the moon would hang voluminously over a noiseless world.†   (source)
  • But with the doctor serving as interpreter, Adams learned to his astonishment that as a consequence of the American triumph at Saratoga, France and the United States had already agreed to an alliance.†   (source)
  • If he denied that he knew her, she might interpret that to mean that he had abandoned her or betrayed her.†   (source)
  • They mentioned the passage, and Danny nodded, immediately identified the tractate and the page, then coldly and mechanically repeated the passage word for word, giving his interpretation of it, and quoting at the same time the interpretations of a number of medieval commentators like the Me'iri, the Rashba, and the Maharsha.†   (source)
  • The pilot continued first in French, then he and his crew repeated the in formation in English, German, Italian and, finally with a female interpreter, in Japanese.†   (source)
  • Along with those items, Melquiades left samples of the seven metals that corresponded to the seven planets, the formulas of Moses and Zosimus for doubling the quantity of gold, and a set of notes and sketches concerning the processes of the Great Teaching that would permit those who could interpret them to undertake the manufacture of the philosopher's stone.†   (source)
  • When, in my second year, Fort Hare introduced an interpreting course taught by a distinguished retired court interpreter, Tyamzashe, I was one of the first students to sign up.†   (source)
  • There are those who believed we should always reject bail, as it could be interpreted that we were fainthearted rebels who accepted the racist strictures of the legal system.†   (source)
  • His father questioned the validity of his interpretation of the passage in Gittin by citing a commentary on the passage that disagreed with his interpretation, and Danny said it was difficult to understand this commentary-—he did not say the commentary was wrong, he said it was difficult to understand it—because a parallel passage in Nedarim clearly confirmed his own interpretation.†   (source)
  • I was listening to a Quick Fella special, his interpretation of the weather given over the Savannah radio.†   (source)
  • The speed of transmission made it certain that no Interpreter, even if he had mastered the elements of the 87 language, could ever keep up with the Overlords in their normal conversation.†   (source)
  • I ended the letter with a pronouncement that I am sure Piedmont interpreted as a threat, a gesture of incredible and unforgivable defiance.†   (source)
  • Then Meg will see if she can use the trees to interpret the future.†   (source)
  • He became a "Reader, Adviser, and Interpreter of Dreams."†   (source)
  • And the Baron would interpret the events in the arena only one way—threat to himself.†   (source)
  • It's always been an artificial interpretation superimposed on reality.†   (source)
  • They interpreted the cracks as the answers from heaven.†   (source)
  • You have often lectured students on the reactionary Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics.†   (source)
  • After a few days in Cange with Farmer, I came to expect such interpretive discourses.†   (source)
  • "I'm not interpreting or misinterpreting," Alvin Hooks cut in.†   (source)
  • Ongoing arguments about the "correct" interpretation of some cryptic passage in Anorak's Almanac.†   (source)
  • I was trying to sound as if I were an old hand at "visions," and at interpreting them.†   (source)
  • In fact, literary versions of communion can interpret the word in quite a variety of ways.†   (source)
  • It seemed to need a more careful interpretation than I was able to provide at the moment.†   (source)
  • He said that my mind needed something to visually interpret into words.†   (source)
  • With Seth gone, there was no way to interpret the sound.†   (source)
  • The individual was now completely free to interpret life in his own way.†   (source)
  • He was the flesh interpretation of Taha Aki's spirit.†   (source)
  • Most of the interpreters are Eyes, or so it's said.†   (source)
  • The entire message will be sent after transmitting the self-interpreting code system.†   (source)
  • He was the first to apply what we call a historico-critical interpretation of the Bible.†   (source)
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