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Acceleration has been one of the words to which the coronavirus has given a whole new meaning.

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Our language locks the meanings into place by the way that the things are combined together.

The more related the meanings of two words were, the closer their embeddings should be in the space.

The reform introduced new “neighboring” rights meaning that press publishers can recoup their investment when content is made available via news aggregators or media monitoring services.

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The goal was to construct maps of the circuits across the brain that we rely on to understand the world, make meaning of our moment-to-moment experience, and respond to different situations.

“Protocols have specific meanings behind them, rather than do what I say because I say so,” she added.

True Detective creator Nic Pizzolatto also wants to layer his show with meaning—or meanings.

Do they all have hidden meanings or are you just having fun?

By the 19th and 20th centuries, the guitar (and related stringed instruments) also acquired certain social meanings.

Different boycotters will ascribe different meanings to the same act.

He will search out the hidden meanings of proverbs, and will be conversant in the secrets of parables.

Since words have different meanings, we may sometimes find that a pair of words exemplify all three Laws, as plough and sword.

From one of these, which may be considered as collateral primary meanings, it must therefore be deduced.

Chaucer often rimes words that are pronounced alike, if their meanings be different.

Romanoff spoke in low tones, but every word seemed to be laden with meanings hitherto unknown to Dick.

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