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decrypting

The process of converting encrypted data (cipher) back to its original plain text form.
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There's more to archaeology, he says, than unearthing royal tombs and deciphering hieroglyphs.
A history of meteorology and weather prediction recounts scientists' deciphering of extreme weather events and the advent of weather satellites and space stations.
Despite the usefulness of some of the close analysis offered by Deciphering Elizabethan Fiction, the book falls short generally in terms of its execution.
A recent survey conducted by IMI revealed that 96% of workers waste time every day deciphering poorly written e-mails.
While cosmologists are defining the origins of the universe and geneticists deciphering evolution, archaeologists are tracing the path of humans from hunter-gatherers to urbanites.
Meanwhile, the right brain's more general contributions to deciphering text grow weaker.
marismortui are expected to provide insights into deciphering their networks of life and in doing so will aid in deciphering the far more complex networks of life -- for example, the human immune response," stated Dr.
Commentary from leading scientists in the field helps readers understand how deciphering our genetic code will revolutionize medicine while posing ethical dilemmas.
In the first show of the season, EcoHaven CSE, the CyberSquad sleuths out who stole legendary cyberbeast Choocroca by using their knowledge of forensic science and deciphering the principles of "body math.
That was about 100 years ago, but, as the author illustrates, our most highly educated professionals still have trouble deciphering statistics.
As far as methodical and conceptual approaches are concerned, progress has been made in deciphering protein networks in human cells and tissues.