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Q’s posts contain clues, and adherents are told to decipher the messages and do independent research to uncover the secrets.
Reading a scientific paper can sometimes feel like deciphering a wall of code.
Now, scientists are figuring out how, thanks to the first-ever deciphering, or sequencing, of the tuatara’s genetic instruction book.
Like hand-drawn maps from early explorers sailing to the western hemisphere, these maps provide the brain’s geographical patterns from which we try to decipher functional connections.
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Everyone agrees on one thing — deciphering what makes human language special still presents a major scientific challenge.
It’s similar to identifying a magician, Hessels said, and then trying to decipher the secrets behind their trick.
Although these datasets are valuable, the raw data are also massive in size, difficult and time-consuming to manually decipher.
The Greek character will now become easy to decipher; and the evening papers may take King Otho both off the throne and on.
She longed to penetrate below the surface and decipher the strange palimpsest of human life.

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