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After some more garbled dialogue, the dispatcher asked the woman if she shot the intruder, to which the woman responded, "Yes.
The Garbled Computer" should be able to use standard data cloud services without revealing any confidential information or the nature of the data.
In everyday speech, these little phrases are usually understood, but they can get garbled in print.
But, unlike Bruce Willis in Unbreakable, it's all in his mind - a mind garbled by the drugs he has taken as part of a clinical trial.
Remember too, that not every computer has the same set of fonts, and a font that looks great on your computer may appear garbled or different on another.
A phrase Jesuits used of themselves is quoted in garbled fashion on p.
IT LOOKS LIKE A LACK OF FLAG PM MAY HAVE GARBLED THIS MESSAGE.
Don't call him the Unabomber of Art--just count yourself lucky if you get an envelope from Germany, open it, and find one of Brown's delicately augmented and annotated photographs, a mini-frieze, or skillfully garbled letter.
Polices are still anxious to trace the person behind a garbled 999 message left on Thursday, January 8, the night after Scott's murder outside his home at Lindsay Close, Hendon.
John Buell in "Terror, Evil, and the New Cold War" provides an inconclusive, even garbled diatribe where he not only fails to formulate any actionable suggestions but also has the audacity to introduce his essay by saying, "Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein .
is in a working mood and will give your points full attention no matter how garbled your organization.