Interpretation Related Quotes

Fashion is a language that creates itself in clothes to interpret reality.

Karl Lagerfeld

“One of the issues physicians will be interested in is carefully looking at the data and the FDA's interpretation of it. The issue for us will be to persuade physicians that it is OK to deplete B-cells.”

Charles Johnson

I have come to the conclusion that the modern interpretation of the Declaration of Independence is something like this: I am as good as those that think themselves better and a long sight better than those who only think themselves as good.

Gertrude Atherton

Social and cultural history is often comprised of whatever diaries and letters remain and that is down to chance and wide open to interpretation.

Sara Sheridan

Necessity is not a fact; it's an interpretation.

Friedrich Nietzsche

[...] it is safer to wander without a guide through an unmapped country than to trust completely a map traced by men who came only as tourists and often with biased judgement.

Marie-louise Sjoestedt

There is no benefit so large that malignity will not lessen it; none so narrow that a good interpretation will not enlarge it.

Seneca The Younger

“This issue arose when tribes informed the division that under their interpretation of tribal sovereignty, they did not need to comply with the state's certification program.”

Nathan Barankin

Before college, I hadn't voluntarily read anything that might be called literature; I didn't think I'd understand it; I never seemed to understand my English teacher's interpretations of what we read.

Melissa Bank

A Composer who hears sounds will try to find a notation for sounds. One who has ideas will find one that expresses his ideas, leaving their interpretation free, in confidence that his ideas have been accurately and concisely notated.

Cornelius Cardew