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Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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The students' scores from pre-test to post-test were significantly different, indicating that students did learn and internalize the ideas embedded within the Jesuit mission and became more skilled at articulating them in secular terms in healthcare scenarios.
By clearly articulating how the site/facilities work in equal partnership with the program, it creates a stronger foundation on which your entire operation revolves, including the impact on your campers and guests.
The robot's articulating movement is capable of loading and unloading parts at complex angles and inverting parts between operations.
In addition to articulating preventive and responsive activities throughout all program components, the CGCP also outlines roles for all members of the school community, the establishment of an advisory committee, and the design and administration of a program needs assessment.
In these identificatory statements and ideological sutures, subjects can iterate the interests of the culture industry as though they were articulating their own.
The Finnis project of reconstructing Aquinas's theory of natural law is based upon the seminal article written thirty-five years ago by Germain Grisez, articulating an analysis of Aquinas on practical reason as found in Summa Theologiae, I-II, q.
It does an impressive job of articulating the four Lau laws of hitting with emphasis on the leadarm extension (letting go with the back arm) that facilitates and strengthens the swing.
Valley VOTE proposed terms Tuesday for splitting the San Fernando Valley from Los Angeles, articulating a vision for a new city and promises for a more responsive and efficient government.
Rethinking Labor History confronts the dilemma faced by social historians like Berlanstein (who focus on labor history and class), torn between treating discourse analysis seriously and articulating the reasons for not doing so.
It involves the concrete process of articulating the vision, mission, and values of the organization within the context of a long-range strategic plan and giving impetus to that plan by empowering subordinates.
However, during these same years, Ann Petry, Ralph Ellison, and James Baldwin looked to Harlem as a means for articulating and verifying the African American experience, endowing it with "transcendent and enduring literary history.