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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Doyle's articulacy deserts him for a second or two, almost embarrassment in his voice that Drowne's loss is his gain.
To some on the right he is a hero, a man of staggering articulacy who pricks the pomposity of the politically-correct.
Considering this, it is incredible that emotional articulacy characterises the first person voice of his engaging biography, Grayson Perry, Portrait of the Artists as a Young Girl.
If it ever happens, I am confident our administrators and racing professionals will have the wit and articulacy to present a cogent defence of existing regulations.
A FOND HOPE - That TV panels shouldn't just feature former players who may have a decent name, boasting an impressive caption, but lack forensic skills, articulacy and bravery.
Her confidence, articulacy and wit are qualities any don would prize.
We used to respect them for the effort they gave, their openness, their articulacy and the courage of their toil, as well as their skill.
The BBC has come calling to do a piece about McCoy and the Sports Personality of the Year awards, and Walsh's articulacy and thoughtfulness will ensure that his name is near the top of the list when televised racing needs a jockey's viewpoint.
Whenever I've attended the AGM, Deadly Doug displays enough savoir faire and patience to draw the sting from too many speakers who lack the calmness and articulacy to disconcert him.
And allied to that physical rugby zeal are intelligence, articulacy and strength of character.
The long, free lines of the poem contrast with the speaker's inability to answer the questions of former colleagues, as though retirement or redundancy has bestowed an inner articulacy.