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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of encode.


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  • This is the first study to use neuroimaging to investigate how the brain encodes misinformation during the creation of a false memory.

    Science press releases

  • ยท When you create a new resource with POST, it goes into a directory whose pathname encodes the current date along YYYY / MM / DD lines.

    Planet XML

  • The rock "encodes" the "meaning" of being pushed off a cliff such that it will fall to the ground.

    Against Darwinism

  • Of note, the encoding and decoding may use different algorithms; the former, modern digital encryption; the latter, evolution 'encodes', genetic transcription decodes.

    Bits and Pieces of an RNA World

  • Komatsu - that moves over exposed faces of bedrock and "encodes" that geological formation with data.

  • I have interpreted the New Testament texts about slavery so as to suggest that the recognition that it is impossible to own a human body is rooted not only in the recognition of how the body works as a communicative organism but in the conviction that the bare fact of embodied reality 'encodes' a gift to be offered by each to all, a primitive communication by the creator; the inviolability of the body is ultimately grounded in the prior relation of each embodied subject to God.

    Archbishop - Religious Faith and Human Rights

  • The RET gene encodes for a type of protein known as a receptor tyrosine kinase.

    Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Type 2

  • The molecule that encodes the genes responsible for the structure and function of living organisms; it allows the transmission of genetic information from generation to generations.

    Alagille Syndrome Glossary

  • The pronoun โ€“ because it usually has back-reference โ€“ seldom ever encodes new information, hence it feels uncomfortable stranded at the end of a sentence.

    P is for Phrasal Verb « An A-Z of ELT

  • In a system that encodes information in terms of patterns of activity ...

    When I find myself in terms of trouble


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