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articulate

Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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He has articulately crafted the character for Siddiqui," the source said.
The three-minute, unscripted video features more than 20 children, representing an array of ages, who articulately express their views on what they know or think about natural gas.
This can be real dingdong stuff, with each of you wanting to get your point of view across just as articulately as the other.
I've never heard anyone say the things he's saying so articulately," says McClure.
I've waxed lyrical about Matt all season and his performances speak a lot more articulately about him than I can," said McCarthy.
Strongly recommended for professional and academic library "Psychology of Religion Studies" reference collections and supplemental reading lists, A Most Accursed Religion is a carefully studied, articulately presented, informative and quite thought-provoking reading.
It was an act 19-yearold Fletch, who spoke articulately to journalists yesterday, appreciated and understood.
I was further shocked at what the writers of this document so articulately stated: " .
Of the two documentaries, ``Dirty Bomb'' presents information in a form that discourages hysteria slightly more articulately than Brokaw's ``Bioterror.
I would have expected nothing less from an articulately trained barrister.
Nicoll picks out one team member who came across as outstanding, articulately explaining why he fitted into every group.
Tireless Glover--sometimes wild and stomping, at other times so articulately delicate that he virtually pas de bourrees on his tap tips--displays astounding technique with unflagging energy.