16 Dillons is understood to be reorganising the company's management structure.
17 She longed to find somebody who understood her problems, and in him she thought she had found such a person.
18 His decision can only be understood in context.
19 We would have understood the play better if there had been some initial exposition of the background.
20 Then away out in the woods I heard that kind of a sound that a ghost makes when it wants to tell about something that's on its mind and can't make itself understood, and so can't rest easy in its grave, and has to go about that way every night grieving.
21 He will reiterate the warning to make sure everyone understood it.
22 He recited the passage by rote and gave no indication he understood what he was saying.
23 It kind of made him drunk, as you may say, and he didn't know nothing at all the rest of the day, and preached a prayer-meeting sermon that night that gave him a rattling ruputation, because the oldest man in the world couldn't a understood it.
24 We understood why you are in a skeptical attitude before watching these pictures.
25 Because he worked in pantomime, the clown could be understood wherever he appeared.
26 However, the opposite can also be true; something that is too easily understood, simple or transparent, can also be boring.
27 Above all, though, she understood the British character and her heart belonged to this ancient old land.
28 After students understood something about cometary orbits, they could draw conclusions about why we see a given comet only once over a period of many years.
29 Google changes policy to access accounts more granular, secure, and better understood by end users; one of the changes is to implement an extensive vetting process.
30 She had a great laugh, but she also was full of anger, disappointment, and obsessions she only dimly understood.