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6 ruling was unanimous, with the entire panel agreeing on the intent of revocation statutes where the expressed meaning was potentially vague.
This directs the reader to the fact that the collection is not concerned with trees per se, as living plants and part of nature, but rather the ways in which tree symbolism expressed meaning (to map familial relationships, or to point to theological truths by reference to the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil and the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden, for instance).
Step four entails synthesizing the meaning units into a synopsis to achieve a comprehensive understanding of the verbally expressed meaning that children put into the expressive art objects presented in their stories.
In the present study, the chosen methodology and data analysis was qualitative when examining the children's verbally expressed meanings put into the expressive art objects.
If words had the capacity to convey figurative (58) and "suggested" meanings, in addition to their own denoted meanings, there would be no way to explain the sequence in which these meanings are invariably arrived at; one always comes to understand the implied or "suggested" meaning of an expression only after one has understood its directly expressed meaning.
This real-life information request prompts DR-LINK's natural language-processing system to identify and relevance-rank the documents that best grasp the subtlety of the question, extracting implied and expressed meaning at the conceptual level.
It has a wide variety of expressed meanings and should not be used as a term expressing a single entity, system or disease.
The claim is that frequently expressed meanings tend to be expressed by short forms, not only at the level of words, but also throughout the grammars of languages around the world (form-frequency correspondences).
They lifted pictures of His Majesty the Sultan, Sultanate's flags and banners that expressed meanings of loyalty and respect to the builder of the blessed renaissance; His Majesty the Sultan and allegiance for the developmental achievements that covered all parts of the Sultanate and all fields.
In Irony, he investigates the special nature of communications in which authors covertly ask audiences to reject the literal meaning of their utterances and reconstruct their indirectly expressed meanings.
We can serve as models of talking about art, so that children will talk as readily about shapes, colors, symbols and expressed meanings as they do about their smocks.
During the march, the people expressed meanings of love and loyalty for the builder of the blessed renaissance and feelings of gratitude for the development achievements that covered various fields, carrying the photos of His Majesty, the Sultanate's flag and the placards that express feelings of loyalty.