Articulate

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Articulate

In accounting, describing the relationships, if any, between the different facts listed on a financial statement.
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If the linguistic capacities of the characters can rarely render a just account of their inner lives to the reader, and therefore are required to rely on the narrative voice, the articulacy of the narrator also has limitations.
The actress, who has an 11-year-old daughter and a 23-year-old adopted son, said: "We have to reinvest, I think, in the idea of articulacy as a form of personal human freedom and power.
Through eloquence and articulacy, FMs are able to identify key persons among employees who act as opinion makers.
series of tests that James has extremely high articulacy and writing skills, but very poor information processing abilities - a clear indication of Asperger''s.
commander-in-chief responded with warmth and surprising articulacy.
Michiel [Heyns] captures the erudite parlance of the period, an articulacy designed to hide emotion.
Michelle Obama's devotion, dedication, vibrancy and articulacy on issues during her husband's campaign for the White House proved beyond any doubt why president-elect Barack Obama calls her "my rock".
Yet what has clearly earned him the trust of voters is his obvious intelligence, his outstanding articulacy and his apparent honesty and integrity, promising as he has, to always tell it as it is.
Once you penetrate the Tartan brogue, his articulacy makes you wonder why he didn't offer his opinions more frequently.
Our team spent a significant amount of time at the school, setting up interventions within the school grounds that helped both pupils of all year groups and teachers build up articulacy with the external environment.
This look, combined with his even-toned, soft-spoken articulacy, reminds me at times of an adult version of one of the preternaturally calm and self-assured alien children in Village of the Damned (though Carter probably can't murder you using his mind).
Unable or unwilling to narrativize the process of moving from inarticulacy to articulacy, or from passivity to mastery, Inchbald places that act of management into a still more interruptive parenthesis.