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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After delivering a post-match press conference consisting solely of shrugs, grunts and single syllable answers on Thursday night, Chelsea's Baron Greenback impersonator (just google it, it's uncanny), spoke eloquently, articulately and at length over the weekend.
Keane, however, could not have handled himself in a more exemplary manner on Saturday evening, dealing with every question articulately and thoughtfully and answering as honestly as he possibly could.
Each time the graduate reiterated politely and articulately that there was now no reason to leave Wales.
But star of the week had to be Blue Coat educated Olympian swimmer Stephen Parry, also receiving a fellowship, who spoke articulately, humorously - and without a single note.
She said, 'I think if you are wanting to communicate articulately and concisely, yes, it does matter.
But throughout the hour-long show Robinson articulately, honestly and candidly expresses the dilemmas many of us have, or will have to, confront in our lives.
Answering every question articulately and sensibly, Bent's interview was a refreshing change from some players who can be monosyllabic after such dismal performances and the assembled throng listened carefully to his every word.
He has a knack for distilling the most complex problems into commonsense solutions and is able to clearly and articulately guide debate back to civility, said Senator Gardner.
Pupils spoke articulately about the values of tolerance and equality, and their conduct and attitudes towards learning were very positive, the report said.
"Natural Compresses and Poultices" articulately explains how to use compresses and poultices for 70 common ailments and chronic conditions, such as migraine, asthma, acne, sinusitis, earache, arthritis, sprains, hives, shingles, anxiety, insomnia, mastitis, muscle pains, bronchitis, and more
Uhlfelder articulately argued that in portraying his literary persona as an exemplum of man in his quest for self-knowledge, Boethius has made the whole Consolatio a cosmic image representing man as microcosm.
We are impressed by how articulately the young people express themselves and we admire the wit and creativity of the placards they carry, which sum up the crisis so neatly.