as may be の文法解釈を教えてください。
Please explain the grammar of 'as may be'.
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It was just a simple greeting, but somehow I got strangely tense.
Anyhow, having been held in school from morning to evening ... anybody'd be happy on getting released.
The role of the historian is less to discover and catalog documents than to interpret and explain them.
We interpret your silence as consent.
The prisoners were set free.
She interpreted his remarks as a threat.
She was released on the grounds that she was insane.
Her kindness was misunderstood.
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