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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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Dental hygienists interested in pursuing advanced degrees are encouraged to research transfer articulation agreements prior to choosing an educational program.
High-school-to-community-college articulation agreements can be traced back to one forward-thinking Kentucky congressman, Carl D.
Exhibit 1 suggests that there has been little change in the shape of the distribution of nonarticulation, yet exhibit 2 shows a significant decline in articulation among firms that did articulate at one point in time.
An exciting component of the work of this group is the development of plans for an articulation summit in Oklahoma City on Monday, November 1, 2010.
State articulation agreements, prior to Gross' research, were seemingly an added incentive for advancing one's studies.
A Maryland statewide nursing education articulation agreement among all public and some private nursing programs is in effect.
Tech Prep consortia around the state began to review and brainstorm ideas on how to make articulation a value for students.
New control algorithms have improved the transition between front steering and articulation.
Although many such articulation agreements have been signed between the two institutions throughout the past 15 years, this is the first in the area of Earth Sciences.
Frequency of Occurrence and Ease of Articulation of Sign Language Handshapes
Over the past decade, there have appeared a wide range of studies, ranging from the medical profession to social work, that have examined the process of professionalization as an articulation of a middle-class identity and as a strategic deployment of ideologies of science.
The CCB differs from articulation or other partnerships between two-year and four-year IHEs.

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