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de·crypt

(dē-kript)
To convert encrypted electronic information to plain text.
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Unscramble these gibberish words to form real words.
We did not anticipate that simply getting participants to unscramble sentences with a few key words would have such a large effect on people's willingness to give money to strangers," said Shariff.
For your chance to win a pair of these exclusive wristbands and a signed copy of the album, simply unscramble the answer to the question below and telephone or text in your answer, leaving your name, address and DAYTIME telephone number.
In theory, only the person or machine doing the scrambling and the recipient of the cyphertext know how to decrypt or unscramble the data since it will have been encrypted using an agreed-upon set of keys.
There will be a tug-of-war between the old ASB and current ASB and an activity where we'll have part of the cheerleader outfits people will have to unscramble and put in the correct chronological order,'' he said.
If the sequence matches what was originally sent, then the keys are stored and used to unscramble data sent through conventional means between the different network nodes, such as over the Internet.
Obmascik describes three men from various backgrounds who make sacrifices in personal relationships and employment in order to beat competitors and unscramble logistical nightmares involved in trekking to remote locations.
Gareth was among those who took part in our recent competition to unscramble three words to find the name of a City star.
An unfortunate blunder, given that he speaks of a technique explicitly used to unscramble brain-washed cultists
Plus, the POD technology cannot unscramble programming while supporting electronic program guides and other essential television receiver functions.
Use the clues below to unscramble thewhitewater words.
To unscramble intercepted data, a snoop's computer must factor a large number into its two prime-number components.