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articulation

1. Zoology
a. a joint such as that between bones or arthropod segments
b. the way in which jointed parts are connected
2. Botany the part of a plant at which natural separation occurs, such as the joint between leaf and stem

Articulation

Shapes and surfaces that have joints or segments which subdivide the area or elements; the joints or members add scale and rhythm to an otherwise plain surface.

articulation

[är‚tik·yə′lā·shən]
(anatomy)
(botany)
A joint between two parts of a plant that can separate spontaneously.
(communications)
The percentage of speech units understood correctly by a listener in a communications system; it generally applies to unrelated words, as in code messages, in distinction to intelligibility.
(control systems)
The manner and actions of joining components of a robot with connecting parts or links that allow motion.
(invertebrate zoology)
A joint between rigid parts of an animal body, such as the segments of an appendage in insects.
(physiology)
The act of enunciating speech.
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With these articulation agreements, Ashford is helping to make higher education more accessible to students.
org), articulation programs, whether specified in state legislation or negotiated through cooperative agreements between institutions or higher education systems, offer a pathway toward a bachelor's degree.
The high school articulation agreement, for example, makes it possible for many high school students to get community college credit based upon successful completion of courses they take in high school.
The New Brunswick Council on Articulations and Transfer (NBCAT) was subsequently established and mandated to provide advisory direction to the NB Department of Post Secondary Education, Training and Labour in the enhancement of educational opportunities for learners through inter-institutional transfer.
Articulation has declined during the past 20 years, but the percentage of firms with very large amounts of nonarticulation has also decreased substantially.
The group has developed a position paper on articulation related to nursing in collaboration with IONE and will soon have developed a position paper for allied health.
Conventional policies that provide data collection systems to monitor transfers, statewide articulation guides providing concrete descriptions of the transfer process and a common set of courses are widespread but provide little incentive for students with ambitions for transferring, Gross says.
The second edition of this textbook has been revised and includes expanded sections on speech production and phonological theories, phonological awareness and its treatment, the use of oral-motor exercises in treating articulation disorder, and recent treatment research of contrast approaches, such as maximal opposition and multiple opposition.
The Maryland Board of Nursing website recites the entire Articulation Agreement in the "Guide to Nursing Education in Maryland" section of their Nursing Education/Scholarship tab at www.
After careful scrutiny of the articulation processes, it became clear that students and parents did not understand the meaning of articulation; what it provides; how to use it; or its value.
At the end of the 10[degrees] pivot, the tractor automatically begins articulation at the rear joint.
In the hopes of increasing mining-related training and education possibilities for Northern Ontario, Sudbury's Laurentian University and Cambrian College have signed an articulation agreement.

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