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articulate

Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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Teachers cannot measure this kind of realization, this learning, unless the student articulates and provides evidence for the learning.
A strategic plan that clearly articulates the future of the organization
They've been laboring for ten months on producing the extremely detailed model, working from actual blueprints and JPL's digital images to make sure that each panel swivels correctly and each wheel articulates properly.
Through the meaningful names of her antagonist and protagonist, Rowling explicitly articulates the central theme of her narrative as the conflict between the paradigms of transcendence of context and adaptation to context--the same conflict which Elgin locates at the core of the high fantasy genre.
If Hirschhorn's sculpture in fact articulates a new "phenomenology" of advanced reification--both in terms of the actually governing modes of object production and the subject positions they enforce--this phenomenology would have to be legible first on the level of spectatorial participation.
In theory, this broadness decides the case facing the court and simultaneously articulates a rule of law applicable to similar cases that have not yet arisen.
This is a quite good account of the basic human goods, which Finnis, like Aquinas, articulates in a threefold division: "respecting the goods of human life," "marriage, sexuality and integrity," and "truth, assertions and authenticity.
Additionally, Notice 98-31 articulates the operating rules in this area so that taxpayers are, and perceive that they are, being treated fairly and uniformly by the IRS.
The coating makes the glass opaque over mullions and partitions, and also articulates the arrangement of the accommodation.