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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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Stratbeans is a reseller of Articulate in India and it has launched a complete training, certification and learning offering for doorstep delivery in Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Noida and Gurgaon in the first phase.
Articulate Studio is a bundle of these applications:
From time immemorial, we have creatively used all modes of artistic expression to articulate the myriad aspects of our human condition and experience.
Finally, assignment three, the meeting with the supervisor, gave students an opportunity to articulate the mission of their department in a role-play with a less than ethical supervisor.
The requirements community is best able to articulate warfighter needs, but they may have difficulty translating those needs into specific functional requirements.
A strategic plan that clearly articulates the future of the organization
If you are convinced that the physical environment is a critical aspect of the camp experience, you should articulate those beliefs in your vision, mission, and values statements to guide decision-makers and staff as they bring the mission to life.
Helps you start teaching yourself how to better articulate in your spine.
She argues that because there are different paradigms which can inform the ways in which individuals may engage with their context, it is necessary not only to be exposed to them and to reproduce them in action, but to learn to identify and consciously access them, to articulate them--and their implications--and to discriminate between them on the basis of the harm they do, not so much to the individuals who adhere to them as to the context within which that individual exists.
If, for the black elite, serving as racial leaders or spokespersons was the best means to claim a public presence and articulate blacks' contributions to American society, so be it.
Based upon these perceptions, we wanted to articulate more clearly and precisely why some counselors experience success, and wanted to explore more fully the level of satisfaction that counselors had with the implementation and delivery of the CGCP at their schools.
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).