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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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And in this example of owning the learning, Michael synthesizes one of the major readings from the course, links it to his own learning, and then articulates a new philosophy toward learning that he has adopted as a result of the self-assessment process:</p> <pre> In my midterm assessment I looked at this class in terms of feeling comfortable taking ownership in my own learning, and using that comfort to push myself further.
An ability to articulate the impact of philanthropic investment
Harry's mentor, however, is Albus Dumbledore, the school's Headmaster, who both embodies and articulates the ethic of acceptance of human limitations: '"After all, to the well-organised mind, what is death but the next great adventure?
Thus, for example, in his display Pilatus Transformator, 1997, the artist modeled a series of giant rectangular volumes from gold foil that seemed to articulate either a child's image of the chocolate holdings of Switzerland or the gold stock of the country's banks (which had just attained the apex of infamy at the time, as the degree of their collaboration with fascist economic interests was revealed).
The coating makes the glass opaque over mullions and partitions, and also articulates the arrangement of the accommodation.
Tracing changing philosophical constructs of ideal mothering genre from Rousseau's Emile to the present post-modem era in which the newly visible fetus takes precedence over and reduces the mother to biological receptacle, Kaplan articulates how popular images are constructed to support patriarchal gendered norms.