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They’d often include symmetric arrangements of circles and lines, which Jung would interpret in light of his notion of archetypes.
We were asked to interpret what such findings from new studies mean for student athletes recovering from coronavirus infections.
Government agencies, which were aware of the tests’ limitations, could have built up trust by being more transparent about them and how to interpret results, scientists said.
Echoing a limitation noted in the Cell paper, critics further emphasized that cell culture studies aren’t able to replicate the complexities of real life, so results should be interpreted with caution.
Point is, he didn’t give enough information to know if the test results are real or how to interpret it.
When regulators squished Ant Group’s $37 billion initial public offering last week, many analysts interpreted the move as an effort by China’s thin-skinned Communist rulers to remind the nation’s best-known Internet billionaire who’s really boss.
Another reason that the finding that nature reduces alpha power is hard to interpret is that previous studies have found the opposite.
Often, it is an irrelevant factor and drawing unnecessary attention to someone’s race or ethnicity can be interpreted as bigotry.
It also adds to the conversation more diverse perspectives and experiences, allowing you to interpret data points from a variety of angles and fueling more creative testing ideas.
Since at least the 1970s the Court has allowed agencies to implement any reasonable interpretation of their unclear statutes even if the judges themselves would interpret the statutes differently.

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