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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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As Griggs imagines it, the new, post-Civil War United States indeed will be something quite different: a nation that will valorize the intelligence, industriousness, and articulateness of its citizens, white and black, instead of focusing on skin color and corporeal differences.
In essentially real time, recriminations, accusations and revelations fly fast, furiously and with remarkable articulateness.
Her thought, her work, was plotted towards a general human event of full articulateness realized" (446).
101) Jury studies indicate that factors such as the articulateness and appearance of witnesses have a significant effect on jurors.
It has not elaborated its position with the kind of articulateness that is absolutely required.
Either way, letting the case be decided by the vagaries of the presence, or articulateness, or passion of the victim seems questionable.
10) Unlike in-court testimony, hearsay statements are not usually given under oath or solemn affirmation and are not subject to cross-examination by opposing counsel to test the perception, memory, veracity, and articulateness of the out-of-court declarant.
The tiny west African country's new, and astonishingly young rulers have been gradually opening up to the media and displaying an equally surprising articulateness.
We're living in a country now where the range of articulateness has really diminished down to almost a TV level, where to hear people speaking with rich figures of speech, which used to be the property of everybody, is increasingly rare.
Torrance argued that indicators of these creative positives, such as articulateness in role playing, sociodrama, storytelling, use of expressive speech, responsiveness to the kinesthetic, originality of ideas in problem solving, and humor, could best be assessed through observational techniques with results recorded on a checklist.
The way that practice privileges a single item from the myriad relevant to any phenomenon tells us something about articulateness itself.
As a father-figure, [Warton] was not a repressively looming authority but a nurturing parent encouraging articulateness.