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articulate

Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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Having seen the 2006 review (no longer available) of Articulate Presenter on this website, he decided to use Articulate Studio '09 to beat the clock and impress those university administrators who didn't know it could be done in-house.
There is no more perspicacious way to articulate this point than with art.
Students were asked to articulate the Jesuit mission in secular terms and answer the questions of: a) who are we?
It can articulate a large flat panel out over 2 1/2 feet combined with 15 degrees of tilt and 10 degrees of roll adjustment.
The first challenge lies in a gap in timing between technologies that the S & T labs are working on and the point at which requirements get sufficiently defined to articulate a need.
An ability to articulate the impact of philanthropic investment
How Can You Articulate the Value of Site and Facilities?
Continue doing this movement six to twelve times keeping your chest, neck and head soft and feeling which parts of your spine you articulate and which you do not articulate as easily.
Too often, communicators enable their executives to articulate the organization's developments and strengths to external audiences, but these messages are not articulated as effectively to internal audiences.
Applications should articulate the interdisciplinary dimensions and components of the proposed research, and explain how the collective expertise of the research team meets these interdisciplinary requirements with regards to the specific aims to be investigated.
And as the symbolic meaning of the imagery built into Rowling's wizarding world is mostly latent until narrative intrudes on setting and begins to articulate it, so the ideals of transcendence and adaptation in Primary Reality remain unarticulated--and hence unexamined--except through the actions of the people who adhere to them.