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articulate

Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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We can also read representations of consciousness, self-consciousness, articulacy and inarticulacy in men's texts as claims about men's subjectivity, and examine them for consequent aporias.
It is a testament to Foley's articulacy that in a quick final chapter he can confer retrospective tragic credibility on emotions that initially seem hyperbolical: "Now in late middle age and regrettably disposed to dismissiveness and disgust, I have only to recall her words then to know that I have been illuminated by glory.
It seems odd to clump us all in the category of ``children'', when there are clear differences in the level of articulacy between, say, a five-year-old and a 17-year-old.
Nonetheless, the realities of his other duties meant that he was unable to hear as many cases as he would have liked, but his scintillating intellect and articulacy came to the fore in his judgements, cutting to the core of complex legal issues.
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Other manifestations of a new and confident artisan articulacy can be glimpsed in the post-war infidel debating clubs as well as in the growing appetite for political "speechifying," most controversially at the December 1816 Spa Fields insurrection but also more generally in the succession of meetings convened there in early 1817 (Worrall 1992).
Second, Stephen Sykes noted that, in situations of religious controversy, the theologian (or ecumenical organization) that is steeped in the compartmentalization of Western intellectual life needs to realize the potential of a "tyranny of intellectuals, with their superior articulacy and natural concern for the epistemology of the arguments.
It was a blistering pace which Penguin handled without the slightest loss of articulacy.
It is as if he has escaped the values of Manreg and thus discovered the articulacy of English.
With ever lively detail and quick staccato articulacy, Demski compels us in this handsome little volume to experience Sappho and her island.
Evans astutely points out that faculty are, by definition, individuals who have thrived in the world of the written word and may have an unrealistic nostalgia for the highly literate undergraduate while confronted with students possessing a new literacy residing "principally in the domain of (verbal) articulacy and technical aptitude" (Kingston, 1986, p.
Working for the first time with an outside producer, Mark Stent, and more vocal collaborators than ever - including The Flaming Lips'Wayne Coyne - Moby's articulacy, with both repetitive riffs and excoriating lyrical inquisition, is given free rein.