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decode

[dikōd′]
to interpret coded information into a form usable by a receiver.
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The Reading section generally includes listening to story selections, student reading of decodable text, comprehension skills, and fluency building.
Finally, tutors provided 15 min of meaning-focused activities that were identical to Tier 2, and they ensured that the decodable books were appropriate to the instructional level of Tier 3 group members.
NRRF's website revealed descriptions of decodable readers and
Some because they have a poor working memory and find even basic phonics harder to grasp than their abler classmates, but most of them have greater trouble with words that are not entirely decodable, from 'should, shoulder' to 'define, engine, machine', and 'simile', 'supply' and 'antipodes'.
Effects of reading decodable texts in supplemental first-grade tutoring.
While these tricks are entertaining, they are ultimately decodable, to adapt a term from Bennett; the illusion of the tree "depended on two separate deceptions: the mechanical tree itself, which produced real flowers, real fruit, and mechanical butterflies by means of concealed mechanisms; and the removal of the handkerchief from the trick box as it was handed to the spectator" (218).
Although an easily decodable image, the use of armor in Garden State does point to a larger phenomenon in contemporary film: the disjunct between how armor is used and what it is made to signify in medieval and non-medieval film.
If there was any doubt before, it is here that the signs emerge unmistakably that Conrad is a past master at "strategic action"--that is, what seems and has appeared, for all intents and purposes, to be linguistic as well as tactile-sexual signifiers embodying intended, straightforwardly decodable meanings, gradually assume another, countervailing meaning, even to the point that it bathes what preceded their sexual engagement in a different, rather sinister light.
These texts also provided the middle school students with experiences with common spelling patters, onset and rime structures, high frequency words, and decodable texts.
That is not always the case, because the coaxial-digital output, if the AUDIO SELECTOR is set to "PCM (Analog ON)" will also transmit a Pro Logic decodable, PCM signal that can be handled by a good processor.