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Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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The basic idea is that if the horizon of our engagement with the possibility of the rational in general is dynamic, if it is open at all only given a mode of reflection (method) in which its articulateness is at stake (and understood as a task), then the primary issue is the demarcation, and discovery, of the very possibility of something like reason having any weight at all.
In terms of the less easily defined aspects of the fit, however, articulateness gives way to grayness.
Rather, the narrator informs the reader of the articulateness and eloquence of the characters, noting that rhetoric was their preferred area of study (28) and that "their reputation as brilliant students and eloquent speakers had spread over the whole surrounding country" (29).
We were initially overwhelmed by the level of articulateness that we discovered, but then we realized that the power of this process lay in the ability of the students to use their own words and voices to articulate their learning and their understanding of praxis.
Factors to consider include their knowledge and positions within the organization, articulateness, demeanor, composure under fire and availability.
The concern, passion, articulateness, and understanding of political process shown by this 22-year-old Canadian give great promise that optimism for our own democracy and the world is still warranted.
Since I wrote that book, the whole structuralist movement has begun to emerge, and that assumption of literature as forming a certain total body of articulateness is more generally accepted.
courageously confronts the changes of the past half century and its postmodernism: the growing consciousness and articulateness of the wider world, voices of women and of the marginalized, the unraveling of traditional hermeneutics, discourses, and meta-narratives.
Tony Veney recalled the man at Valley River Center, who, overhearing him talking with his son, came over to compliment Veney on his articulateness.
Kenner's articulateness was proverbial, as was his garrulousness.
The end of the poem leaves Aurora wise enough to abide for once, pace the hyperkinetic articulateness of spasmodic versification, at a loss for words.