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articulate

Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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Kundera is being both playful and deadly serious; the metaphors that the lovers, Jean-Marc and Chantal, use define their misunderstandings and our own attempts at articulacy that are inevitably flawed and mortal.
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.
Tom Hunt, Coventry I recall being deeply impressed by Ryan Mania's engaging personality, keen intelligence and articulacy after his Grand National victory.
It is often stated that the worker of the 21st century must have science and mathematics skills, creativity, articulacy in information and communication, mastery of different technologies, and problem-solving skills (Dede, 2009).
However, Comics and Narration stands on its own as an interesting and relevant map to the various ways in which comics make meaning--and more specifically, to the complexity and articulacy with which comics narrate stories.
He adds: "What changed in the First World War was that cultured citizen soldiers, disdaining the stoicism displayed since time immemorial by professional warriors, chronicled the conflict into which they were plunged with an unprecedented articulacy and revulsion.
We have to reinvent, I think, in the kind of articulacy as a form of personal freedom and power.
Once the gaze arrives at Bianca's face, it can be neither absorbed as pure object, because it is visually articulated as a "human" self, nor relayed to others as subject, because it lacks expressive potential, let alone articulacy.
As if impressed by her articulacy, de Clerambault makes few editorial interventions in F's description of the development of her sexuality in terms of her somatic and emotional sensitivity to fabrics.
The Rainbow is a novel about language and the relations that are possible between articulacy and inarticulacy, between expression and the inexpressible, between speech and silence.