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- v. Present participle of parse.
- n. A parse operation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The art or practice of describing grammatically the words in a sentence.
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His blog has become a kind of independent clearing house for information on the Norsigian drama, and he has been taking a lead in parsing out the truth about the glass plates, "snapping and snarling," as he puts it, over all the claims and counter-claims that have contributed to the "deepening mystery" (as per Britain's Mail Online) surrounding them.
That was not a thin parsing but an accurate reading.
April 2nd, 2010 at 11: 52 am tombaker says: so far Tentherloo/HCR, with all its droll Constitutional hairsplitting and poll-parsing, is by far the most tedious and boring of all the - loos.
Brennan said that advocates of originalism underestimated the difficulty in parsing the founders 'intentions, given the sparse records of the ratification debates and ambiguous evidence of their intentions.
Using this empirical setting, they also begin parsing the mechanisms that might explain the negative association between resource wealth and political and economic development.
And I also love the word parsing and opinion shaping going on here.
Or better still (from a word parsing standpoint), they've got native Alaskans doing the research ... they didn't have to travel to Alaska because they were already there!
Your language parsing is very Scooter Fibby McLibby like.
But such parsing is for slimy flip-floppers from some other, inferior, political party.
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