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Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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expectations of family obligation and relationship: "dependence and interdependence with close emotional connectedness versus independence and autonomy; receptivity and deference to superiors in hierarchical relationships versus self-assertion and self-promotion in egalitarian-contractual relationships; communication on multiple levels and by innuendo versus verbal articulateness and forthrightness; maintaining and enhancing esteem at all costs versus forthright criticism and expressing the truth of the matter" (pp.
The second and now more widespread view stresses Caliban's implicit virtues--his innate sensitivity, rough dignity, articulateness, and intelligence--rather than his cruder characteristics.
And texting is even easier, as the expectation for articulateness is further reduced, and another shell is offered to hide in.
It transpires that "reality, "being," "factual" existence--what "exists" in the full or fullest sense--is to be understood as the realm constituted by the interplay between "nature itself' and the human mind in its natural capacity for articulateness through language rooted in daily life or common sense.
Paying careful attention to language and briefly noting the profession's philosophical understanding of how health is created were found to be easy and effective strategies for increasing participants' articulateness.
The gravity of homicide was not measured by the height or weight, or the intelligence or articulateness, of the victim.
When this is done among friends, as Socrates conceived citizens, "one friend understands how and in what specific articulateness the common world appears to the other.
We need someone to be there advocating for us, and Tim is the person who has the tenacity and articulateness to do it.
1992), these rubrics helped the department judge whether students were showing signs of heightened creativity/imagination, curiosity, ambition, competitive spirit, productivity, divergent thinking, willingness to take risk, tolerance of ambiguity, insightfulness, cooperativeness, articulateness, strong engagement, self-reflection, the acquisition of new skills, and an inclination to become more promotional as the summer unfolded.
It is now widely accepted that monastic chroniclers denied the articulateness, even the humanity, of the commons who participated in the uprising in order to discredit and suppress rebels' attempts to claim certain rights through their selective destruction and appropriation of written documents.
Gomez demonstrates an independence and articulateness that suggest he would be an effective member of a centrist coalition of Republicans and Democrats that is badly needed to break impasses.
and what Saint Paul actually meant to say (neither man having ever quite achieved a level of articulateness sufficient to express himself with a clarity acceptable to Garry Wills), considers priests and popes unnecessary, not simply undesirable.