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A critical examination of the three main interpretations of probability
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Performing the collective
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DMS landsstævne Ronne 1982. General Knud Sorensen interpret ? .
The pentecostal interpreter, vol. 1, no. 2 (1981 August)
Network hermeneutics: interpretation of texts as social practice and performance in the age of digital media
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On mass, collectives and pseudopartitives
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Against optionality in derivation and interpretation: evidence from scrambling
The role of age, mood, and time- perspective on the interpretation of emotionally ambiguous information
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Cross-cultural cosmographic interpretation of some Korean geomancy maps, 1993
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The pentecostal interpreter, vol. 2, no. 3 (1982 October?), convocation issue
The pentecostal interpreter, vol. 3, no. 4 (1983 before July), anniversary issue
The pentecostal interpreter, vol. 5, no. 1 (1984 before July), anniversary issue
The pentecostal interpreter, vol. 6, no. 3 (1986 after January), winter issue
The Annual Meeting of Danish Santal Mission, Viborg, 1972. (Name og speaker and interpreter?)
The interpreter in Paraperi with [... Cf. annotations].
Beatrice and Chandara (interpreter) teaching Sunday School under Basalong's team house
Poncho Lachero, a Yuma Indian interpreter, ca.1900
Interpreting participatory art
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Where number lies: plural marking, numerals, and the collective-distributive distinction
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Interpretation of significance and conservation approaches in evolving contexts: taking Lilong as an example
DMS'S annual meeting 1987 Lemvig. Gabriel Habib (FBG) is interpreted by Verner Tranholm-Mikkels...
Pima Indian man, the interpreter, smiling, Gila Crossing, ca.1900
DMS's annual Meeting 1986 Ikast. Dean Finn Allan Ellerbek interprets dean Lutoshobya.
Renewing the people of the book: theory and practice for building Jewish interpretive learning communities
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Interpretable machine learning models via feature interaction discovery
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