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He did not, and could not, understand the meaning of words apart from their context.
By this time I had begun to understand the meaning of their terms.
I don't quite understand the meaning of your words," he said, handing her the cup.
Then I knew that not by wisdom do poets write poetry, but by a sort of genius and inspiration; they are like diviners or soothsayers who also say many fine things, but do not understand the meaning of them.
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.
While laboratories will make this information available, as required, ACLA encourages patients to work closely with their physicians and health care providers to understand the meaning of what is often very complex medical information.
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.
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.
But he added: "At the other end of the spectrum, the event was soured by a tiny minority of mindless demonstrators who can't begin to understand the meaning of bravery and what the veterans have done for our country.
How can anyone possibly understand the meaning of marriage at such an early age?