confused meaning

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After one develops a common EBO language, an employment framework can follow, thus avoiding delays due to confused meaning.
A possible critique of the validity of the argument might be that need has differing meanings in the two premises, and hence the conclusion is fatally undermined with a confused meaning for need.
Unfortunately, her incomplete knowledge of English causes moments of confused meaning. On page 36, after stating that she has been unable to ascertain the length of time Villa-Lobos was a student in Colegio Dom Pedro II in Rio, she states that she was unable to obtain this information from "the college." The term Colegio in Portuguese applies to high-school-level studies.
This notion of art is not classical modern art or philosophy, not even post-modern, it is the spiritually transcending art that has left the ambivalence and ambiguities of the post-modern behind, in its own swamp of confused meanings. The world is emerging from the post-modern "death of God" and death of art.
This notion of art is not classical modern art or philosophy, not even post-modem; it is the spiritually transcending art that has left the ambivalence and ambiguities of the post-modem behind in its unkempt swamp of confused meanings. The world is emerging from the post-modem "death of God" and death of art.
The translation would be difficult to find and, should you succeed, it would be practically useless with confused meanings and even more garbled syntax.