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decrypting

The process of converting encrypted data (cipher) back to its original plain text form.
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Deciphering Eros is, Paul Gifford tells us, a 'mastermotif' (p.
The deciphering showed that CEBiP is a glycoprotein consisting of 328 amino acid residues and glycan chains.
Deciphering how the epigenome responds to environmental exposures and how it predicts disease risk holds great promise and will undoubtedly prove an important adjunct to mutational analyses.
CPAs who need help deciphering "lawyerspeak" can find concise definitions of legal terminology at this e-stop as well as the meaning of general business terms such as bankruptcy.
Members are invited to call Huntley for help in deciphering statements from their current providers as well as to get a competitive fee quotation.
In one ad, titled "My CPA," several people say how their individual CPA helped them achieve their personal or business financial goals, from deciphering tax regulations to a CPA controller running a business more profitably.
Rawlinson realised that the key to deciphering this hitherto unknown language was a vast inscription on a sheer rock face at Bitsun in the mountains of western Iraq.
This approach is an effective reading method because it teaches students to read patterns and groups of notes rather than getting caught up in deciphering each mark on the page.
In his article "Deciphering the Democrats' Debacle" (May), Ruy Teixeira does not mention a few other significant issues that contributed to the Republican's success in the 2000 and 2002 elections.
After the self-assessment struggle, Wales's taxpayers are about to face another challenge - deciphering their tax codes.
She sets this wealth of material within the contexts of biblical and cabalistic writings, medieval and early modern optics and alchemy, and Reformation eschatology, and from this builds her case that the angel conversations are not aberrations but "the culmination of [Dee's] earlier efforts to create a universal science capable of deciphering the Book of Nature" (116) Dee, having exhausted every known means of such deciphering (observation, mathematics, hieroglyphics), turned to "angelic 'schoolmasters'," who "were an answer to his intellectual crisis of confidence" (116).
"Old school" scientists still spend most of their time unearthing core sites and deciphering hieroglyphs.