use intelligible in a sentence.
It may be intelligible 1000 years from now, but probably no sooner ;-)
Isn't the expense of frequent commits the cost of composing an intelligible commit message?
Chaucer would faint if he were forced to read this barely intelligible creole you call "English".
The point is to make it intelligible to the average district attorney, and to take arbitrary transactions and wallets and link them together into a web/timeline that, again, is intelligible to the criminal prosecution apparatus.
That gives me hope for Perl code from the 90s being intelligible even 1000 years into the future.
Publications in the physical sciences need to be intelligible as well, and an elegant model is considered a plus.
Aside from the good stories, I like knowing that I can read intelligible, mostly interesting comments here.
As long as English remains the international language of commerce the incentives to keep all dialects mutually intelligible should prevent too much divergence.
Wikipedia has somewhat intelligible (to me) information on the topic:
So, you're saying that all of Internet's intelligible discussion is generated by less then that, right?
Google translation link (somewhat intelligible) for the benefit of people who can't read Japanese:
I only wish that this point was intelligible to those in charge of writing the laws.