Articulate

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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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Again, we see a character sensing his incompleteness in terms of something above and beyond, and again the articulacy that expresses that sense does not derive from the character himself.
(2) I do so also in the recognition that, in the confusion of tongues between the potentially non-invidious generosities of adult care and the scenes of queer adolescent turmoil on which they might appear, such a mode of care is exceptionally, vanishingly difficult to bring to articulacy. Criticism can help here, or can try to.
Picquart had much the easier task, given the articulacy of Dreyfus's admirers.
Teachers will also be at risk of losing their jobs if they do not uphold high standards of 'literacy, articulacy and the correct use of standards English' at all times.
Through it all she had displayed a boldness, an articulacy and a love of the limelight which has brought predictions of a Bollywood career further down the line.
Yet despite their best efforts to portray him as a man who misled the country (the difference between Guardian editorials decrying Blair's alleged mendacity and posters at antiwar protests screaming "BLIAR!" was a matter of articulacy, not reason), attempts by Blair's enemies to destroy his political career were a complete failure.
Present-day Israelis, including many Jewish and some Arab graduates of the national school system, are united by a certain measure of biblical articulacy, a common source of reference and intellectual-emotional connotation, which is freely deployed in everyday speech, in commercial contexts, and in public discourse (A.
There is a laughing and a leaping for her, which is a happy leaping into knowledge and language; knowledge and words flow in a sublime articulacy of hermeneutic understanding, of revelation even.
to abandon what is imagined to be traditional masculinity in order to get in touch with their feelings and develop their emotional articulacy" (MacInnes 2006: 323).
Through eloquence and articulacy, FMs are able to identify key persons among employees who act as opinion makers.
series of tests that James has extremely high articulacy and writing skills, but very poor information processing abilities - a clear indication of Asperger''s.