Did you by any chance mean analyse?
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“Pensei que estivesse tao so 'no grande debate dos sociologos … naquela mania de' sofisticarem 'o sujeito e o objecto de analise, … que certamente foi uma arma para deixar muitos de fora.”
“Levantamentos e analise do quadro ambiental e proposta de zoneamiento da APA Serra do Mar. Volume I: Diagnostico Ambiental.”
“Lets analise what he says: "Vista's had an incredible reception”
“As a Uni educated man I would have thought that you would first read, then analise and then comment.”
“So I think it should be better to wait and analise rather than getting immediate conclusion that could prove wrong in a few years: Spain and Portugal had a very hard drought during 2004 and 2005, but since 2006 they are getting many rainy fronts even during usually dry summers.”
“Please, I have been on television; I have had a fully international press conference; I issued what I think was a five page statement - and all of that, if you analise it, constitutes progress, constitutes addressing - in a constructive manner - important issues.”
“Demetrius Delladecima (is it our friend in ultima analise?) to pay the Committee expenses.”
“Read, analise, digest; collect facts, and investigate theories: ascertain the dictates of reason, and supply yourself with the inclination and the power to adhere to them.”
“Politically there is very little to analise here as the message is essentially "Brits Out”
“A analise do Toshiba NB 200, realizada pela Exame Informática.”
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