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I remember it was with extreme difficulty that I could bring my master to understand the meaning of the word opinion, or how a point could be disputable; because reason taught us to affirm or deny only where we are certain; and beyond our knowledge we cannot do either.
I the rather consult brevity in discussing the probability of a preference founded upon a discrimination between the different kinds of industry and property, because, as far as I understand the meaning of the objectors, they contemplate a discrimination of another kind.
By this time I had begun to understand the meaning of their terms.
In India, only 57% understand the meaning of the label.
MindMeld's AI technology is used to understand the meaning of the spoken questions and provide answers or relevant medical information.
She added that staff should provide further opportunities for children to understand the meaning of words and observe things closely.
Analyst Arsim Zekoli comments in Utrinski vesnik that in order to understand the meaning of the visit of Pope Francis to Albania, one must underline that his mission is a way of resuming and completing the work and mission of the most favorite pope of the modern time John Paul II.
It is when you are there, walking on the beach, among the headstones, that you understand the meaning of sacrifice.
It looks like the "posh boys," are indecisive, incompetent, poor judges of character and for all their expensive education, don't even understand the meaning of the word independent.
Recommendations progress from proposals for how to build rudimentary understanding of fractions in young children; to ideas for helping older children understand the meaning of fractions and computations that involve fractions; to proposals intended to help students apply their understanding of fractions to solve problems involving ratios, rates, and proportions.
Regardless of educational attainment or dialect, we are all supposed to be equally good at grammar, in the sense of being able to use grammatical cues to understand the meaning of sentences," the Scotsman quoted Researcher Ewa Dabrowska as saying.
How can anyone possibly understand the meaning of marriage at such an early age?