- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of parse.
“Last, but not least, every word parses itself by its distinctive ending.”
“Now, we jump to the lesbian bits -- not that women sexing women are any less homosexual than males, but common societal parlance parses them as such.”
“A major problem with the multitude of ways to set $VERSION is that it doesn't necessarily correspond to how the 'use' keyword parses a module version restriction.”
“AMF, binary data, and anything that "parses" something.”
“Carla - frankly if you want to know why the debate reduces (not "parses", you are using that word incorrectly --- look it up), you, Kari and blogs like Blue Oregon in fact bear the largest part of the blame in a blue state like Oregon.”
“2. Hillary is asked if she "parses" her positions.”
“One of the awesome features of Gnote (and Tomboy, I guess) is how it automatically parses links and makes them clickable – this not only works with other notes and http-links, but also with file paths!”
“This scanning app that parses business card data with surprising accuracy.”
“Keith's note: While everyone waves their arms around and parses short press conference responses in and out of context, senior sources report that this is very, very close to being a done deal.”
“Tim Craig parses the meaning of Brown's early moves as chairman, from his decision to consolidate his staffs on the John A. Wilson Building's by punching a hole into his old office suite, to his decision to snub Jack Evans for the chairman pro tempore designation, handing it instead to Mary Cheh.”
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