01. The old woman couldn't speak English, so her grandchildren had to [interpret] for her.
02. The government's failure to pass the bill is widely [interpreted] as a personal defeat for the President.
03. The eye receives visual images which are then transmitted to the brain to be [interpreted].
04. Could you tell me your [interpretation] of the current political situation?
05. Each person has a different [interpretation] of the problem.
06. Our [interpretation] of the events is quite different from yours.
07. The [interpretation] of the Bible has changed throughout the years.
08. She works as an English-Spanish [interpreter] for the Mexican Government.
09. John Locke maintained that the actions of men are the best [interpreters] of their thoughts.
10. There is a Hebrew proverb which states that a dream which has not been [interpreted] is like a letter unread.
11. The Koran is [interpreted] in many different ways, but certain principles clearly stand out.
12. In parts of Sudan, the [interpretation] of Islamic law dictates that females wear the veil starting at the age of five.
13. Varying [interpretations] of the Bible have resulted in the creation of many different religious groups within Christianity.
14. Human behavior is characterized by the development of systems of meaning to [interpret] the world.
15. Children's [interpretation] of media content is molded by the opinions of parents, teachers, and friends.
16. The results of elections in Kuwait following the end of the Gulf War were [interpreted] by many as a success for supporters of increased Islamic law in that nation.
17. Someone once suggested that a statistician carefully assembles facts and figures for others who carefully [misinterpret] them.
18. Messages sent by e-mail are sometimes [misinterpreted] because the recipient can't always be sure of the tone of the speaker.
19. We need an accountant to [interpret] our financial statements.
20. Because this case is the first of its kind, we don't really know how the court will [interpret] the law in this situation.
21. Once observations are complete, the data need to be organized and summarized into a form that allows for [interpretation].
22. Research shows that we use our general knowledge of people and events to help us [interpret] ambiguous stimuli, and to remember things that happen in our lives.
23. The science museum has a number of [interpretive] displays which allow children to try different experiments and work with different machines.
24. The President's statement was somewhat unclear and resulted in some [misinterpretations] of his intentions.
25. The nature house offers a number of interesting [interpretative] programs on the lifecycle of the salmon for local school children.
26. Malini works at the intercultural association [interpreting] for people who don't speak English.

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