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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of decode.


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  • On the other hand, The Arrival's underlying story, once decoded, is very simple.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • ULTRA Code name for messages and signals decoded from the German Enigma machine

    Operatives, Spies, and Saboteurs

  • No other species, he says, including primate, dolphins and whales, have had such specific complexity and flexibility of communication nailed down - "decoded" - he says.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • Here's the fender tag decoded: XS29 Dodge Charger R/T 2 Door Sports Hardtop 73 426 cubic-inch HEMI 2x4-bbl HP V8 3 4-speed manual floor shift 45 Tires, F70x15 red sidewall, nylon belted 68 3.54: 1 Sure-Grip rear axle b4 Bucket seats h7 Hood mounted turn signal indicators A1 26-inch radiator D9 Front disc brakes H1 Power brakes P6 Rear seat speaker R0 AM | Newest Listings

  • Here's the fender tag decoded: XS29 Dodge Charger R/T 2 Door Sports | Newest Listings

  • You have that part where DNA is "decoded" (transcription-translation) into RNA and protein, but you missed that part where RNA and protein "encode" DNA (reverse transcription-translation).

    An Interesting Pattern

  • Until the racists on the left "decoded" it for me.

    "The aura around him is just really nice."

  • A rather odd multiplayer game where the cards you collect need to be "decoded" and are worth different values to each player.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Last night, I was re-watching "Abandon" and recalled the episode of LostCasts when the whispers that Shannon and Sayid heard were 'decoded'.

    LOSTCasts 16: Theory Cast Lite

  • This is most particularly true of his Reflections on the Revolution in France, which has seldom if ever been better analyzed and, so to speak, "decoded" than in this excellent companion edition.

    Reactionary Prophet


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