At first glance, the text and format of these posters seem to preclude the
possibility of ambiguous readings.
Butler (1985: 125) exposes the fact that the "ambiguous phrasing of some
[military] regulations, coupled with a variety of odd episodes, blended together
into a complex structure indicative of a de facto policy for the accommodation of
prostitutes at military sites."
The photodetector is an ambiguous example; while it intuitively seems to
represent amplification, it could very well be interpreted as generating
redundancy instead if the current pulse were divided by a fan-out gate.
Sens 2 : uncertain in meaning or
intention.[Source : OAL]
In contrast to the rather ambiguous status of patent protection for
computer-related inventions, the rights of broadcasting organizations in relation
to compulsory licensing regimes appear to be precisely delineated within the
Using these languages with decidable reasoners (e.g. a description logic
reasoner), allows ambiguous concepts to be identified and treated properly (Baader
et al. 2003).
But because of the uncertain identities and ambiguous motives of the
perpetrators, the lootings remain a somewhat awkward fit in these