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Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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* Articulacy Cooking is full of unfamiliar words that will expand your child's vocabulary.
But as Trump's stream of consciousness became ever more incoherent - and positively Dahl-ian as he used the word braggadocious, which will surely be the opening number when Trump the Musical is written - Clinton proved that political articulacy is precisely what's needed in the glare of global pressure.
His articulacy, scientific mind, and social and national conscience afforded him a position on a range of platforms, most prominently as a leading member of the National Association for the Vindication of Scottish Rights, contributing to the N A VSR's Address to the People of Scotland and speaking at the 'Justice to Scotland' meetings in Edinburgh and Glasgow.
"As well as academic achievement, an independent education tends to develop essential skills such as confidence, articulacy and team work which are vital to career success.
He decides to take on the CdB moniker to liberate his eloquence {L'identite 122, Identity 89), but the irony is that he cannot convey Cyrano's level of articulacy. For him, her blush "brillait comme un rubis d'ineffable prix" {L'identite 121), which he has inscribed "au tout debut du livre d'or de leur amour" (L 'identite 119); the priceless ruby and the golden book of their love are hackneyed poetic metaphors, deliberately empty and cliched.
In this passage, the dialogue draws attention to their presence and invites the audience to consider what unknown particular sorrows might lie behind Calladita's public silence and Cristina's fierce articulacy.
The list of important soft skills can extend all the way from good listening to empathy and articulacy. At Cat, I have boiled the list down to five skills that I believe matter most in our workplace: composure; emotional intelligence; indirect influencing; communicating with clarity and impact; and teamwork.
This is a work of stunning articulacy, and I would encourage any future visitors to the gallery to pause upon this artwork and consider what it might have to say to its immediate surroundings.
It is here that will take place the long-for encounter between the wounded self and the faded traces of others retrieved with great effort from hints in ancient chronicles and enveloped in the silence of history--finally brought to articulacy and memory by the discreet and sensitive pen of the narrator.
Lastly, they conclude that although practical knowledge is at odds with what they call the principle of codifiability--that "[a]ll knowledge can be fully articulated, or codified, in context-independent terms"--such knowledge does not contravene the principle of articulacy: "[a]ll knowledge can be articulated, either in context-independent terms or in context-dependent terms."
Tom Hunt, Coventry I recall being deeply impressed by Ryan Mania's engaging personality, keen intelligence and articulacy after his Grand National victory.