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de·crypt

(dē-kript)
To convert encrypted electronic information to plain text.
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Of these hairs (as I had always a mechanical genius) I likewise made a neat little purse, about five feet long, with her majesty's name deciphered in gold letters, which I gave to Glumdalclitch, by the queen's consent.
Bosses at Decipher Energy of Aberdeen have said they could intervene to help the 10-millionbarrel Orlando oilfield reach its full potential.
Summary: Dubai [UAE], July 8 (ANI): India's bowling spearhead Jasprit Bumrah has got former West Indies player Ian Bishop bewildered as he said that it is hard to decipher from where the pacer gets such speed.
Decipher Biosciences, a company involved in the field of urologic cancer genomics, has signed a research collaboration with Dendreon Pharmaceuticals, a commercial-stage biopharmaceutical company and pioneer in the development of immunotherapy, it was reported yesterday.
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HYDERABAD -- Speakers at a national conference held here on Friday called for serious efforts to decipher Indus script and accord national status to all five major languages of the country, including Sindhi, Punjabi, Balochi, Pashto and Seraiki.
It's likely that the research to decipher more of the dolphin's language will take a long while.
Some sounds like "P" and "B" look similar on the lips and have traditionally been hard to decipher, the researchers said.
Israeli researchers have been able to decipher a charred scroll that was unearthed in an ancient synagogue over forty years ago.
Shaikh Mohammad, the driving force behind the stable, is also indivudally represented by Decipher who is runs in the Darley Japan KK colours.
Students will use an alphabet code to decipher sentences.
Denying decipher allegations, Demir said, "in our master booklet, the answers are lined up towards small to the big.