Ambiguous Definition

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1. " Well, I married him,'said Myrtle, ambiguously . " And that's the difference between your case and mine. " 1
2. "I have two" means two brothers, it should be Liandu from "bluebottle" point of view, it will not ambiguous. 1
3. "It would be ambiguous to hide or minimize what we believe, " he said. "It's not meant to be divisive or polemical." 1
4. A morally ambiguous confidence man who smokes, has lung cancer and is tormented by the spirits of the undead. Well, if that doesn't make me the favorite aunt, I don't know what will. 1
5. A new approach is presented of the eigen-structure subspace algorithms, the problem of ambiguous estimation in the original algorithm is solved and array architecture is optimized. 1
6. A new criterion to decide whether the carboxy group coordinating to the metallic ion in mono or bi dentate-fashion in an ambiguous situation, base on coordination bond distances and angles. 1
7. A new criterion to decide whether the carboxy group coordinating to the metallic ion in mono or bi dentate-fashion in an ambiguous situation, base on coordination bond distances and angles.This website/bi.html 1
8. A sentence of a grammar is ambiguous if there exists two syntax trees for it. 1
9. All of that said, ambiguous data structures can be valuable. 1
10. An address book with ambiguous leads. 1
11. And finally, of course, we have Dick the Butcher's notorious but ambiguous exhortation from Henry VI Part II: "The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers." 1
12. And its faxed decision seemed somewhat ambiguous. 1
13. And the evidence from other primates is equally ambiguous. 1
14. Another apparent sign of convalescence is more ambiguous. 1
15. Another, far more ambiguous and strange way, can be found in Alain Robbe-Grillet's Jealousy. 1
16. As is well known, Marx himself gave a somewhat ambiguous answer; but Poulantzas' reply is quite clear. 1
17. As previously stated, the phrase "value for money" has an ambiguous meaning. 1
18. At present, the study of criminal network analysis is based on the classical set theory, and which can not find members who have ambiguous class attribute in the criminal network. 1
19. At times, self-consciousness can shade into actual fear; for many street remarks are not ambiguous but clearly hostile. 1
20. Background is interlaced, uncertain, ambiguous and dubious. 1
21. Because computer is right, this may be of the study " inbreak " , make the bounds of study and office increasingly ambiguous. 1
22. Bigger question is, the involves Internet issue that includes fictitious belongings to be protected inside is in jural ambiguous still, when the problem appears, of fall victim often is consumer. 1
23. Both writing and speech require context to make sense of what might formally be ambiguous. 1
24. Business is made up of ambiguous victories and nebulous defeats. Claim them all as victories. 1
25. But behind the rhetoric, his relations with Yeltsin and the army itself, are dangerously ambiguous. 1
26. But the position of slaves was ambiguous. 1
27. But the report is ambiguous and falls a long way short of the transparency that Sir Richard called for in his report. 1
28. But words have a highly ambiguous status: they are human artefacts but they are also very like natural species. 1
29. Caliban's exact nature continues to be slightly ambiguous later. 1
30. Clearly would not favor to show own mind, talk oscular words but again to ambiguously take a Jiao duty hatred Chen. 1

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