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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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Articulation time was a total time to repeat five digits 15 times, averaged first over the two early trials and over the two late trials and then over all four.
There are people whose articulation problems are so severe, usually because of physical limitations, that their speech is unintelligible.
Given the virtual absence of literature regarding student transfer and program articulation within baccalaureate degree-granting colleges and universities, I conducted a nationwide survey of transfer and articulation practices at institutions with two- and four-year programs.
Liebherr-Transportation Systems has been selected by Siemens to supply upper articulation connection units for their new light rail vehicles, which will operate in San Francisco, California (USA).
According to Golubovic [4], the articulatory base is especially important for the proper articulation of speech sounds, which is a system of speakers' automated habits of pronunciation.
Certificate and/or associate degree programs are strongly encouraged to develop academic partnerships or articulation agreements with four-year colleges and/or universities to allow the development of integrated baccalaureate degree dental hygiene curricula (ADHA Policy Manual, 11-97).
Articulation disorders (which are considered speech disorders) can be caused by a host of reasons such as hearing problems, cleft palate, and articulation muscle weakness (Kent et al.
Researchers were able to demonstrate that the articulation of vowels systematically influences our feelings and vice versa.
These figures utilize Glybrid style joints, which allows for a combination of traditional insert molded articulation with the swivel based Glyos fit functions.
The Chase" by Carolyn Miller and David Engle requires precise articulation and is a good piece for students who are studying five-finger patterns.
Articulation I - Pre operative casts: Preoperative maxillary and mandibular casts mounted in an articulator.
ERIC Descriptors: Community Colleges; Public Colleges; Core Curriculum; College Credits; College Students; Outcomes of Education; Transfer Policy; Articulation (Education); Graduation; College Transfer Students

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