(1) But I learned how to parse a sentence, what the base pairs of DNA were, and I can still remember most of my French irregular verbs.(2) For instance, although Perl makes it easy to parse delimited text files with regular expressions, OCaml provides tools specifically designed for writing a compiler.(3) The classicists must have been boring their mates with this fact every four years for as long as they could parse a sentence.(4) Finally, print outputs the contents of the most recent parse by default.(5) I'm not sure I'm qualified to parse that sentence.(6) he has always been quick to parse his own problems in public(7) I'm sure there will be a generous amount of worthies stepping forward to parse every sentence, on the eternal quest for the definitive admission that it's over.(8) The memory usage of a parse tree is the maximum number of incomplete nodes at any point in the parse .(9) But, of course, he offered no proof for this assertion, and is not known to be able to parse Arabic verbs.(10) In either case, we accept the parse as complete and error-free.(11) And they'll parse the words of the law to defend their right to solicit cases.(12) But the benefit might be limited to just an enhanced ability to signal process sounds and may not carry over at all into enhanced ability to parse sentences and understand, say, written language.(13) You don't have to parse the sentences or measure vowel formants or anything time consuming, so the empirical part of the research just took a few minutes.(14) The photograph can introduce us to experience, or at least events; it can also, and easily, separate us from the world, parse meaning, sever us from the past.(15) After that, I'll need to adjust the ├ö├ç├┐newsletter delivery├ö├ç├û program so that it can read and parse the new newsletter layout (in HTML format).(16) Together, these functions allow users to seamlessly profile, analyze, parse , cleanse, match and household any type of customer information.