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articulate

Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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Finally, Caterpillar has introduced a feature on the articulate trucks called Cat Production Measurement (CPM) that allows the customer to monitor and manage the productivity of their trucks by measuring the loaded payload against the target payload and indicating overloading or underloading to the operator.
Articulate teaches foreign languages through digital media projects and outdoor sport.
ARTICULATE RAPID E-LEARNING STUDIO PROFESSIONAL, Software, 2009, Articulate.
We are able to behold artistic works that summarize and articulate facets of existence that we can comprehend.
It can articulate a large flat panel out over two-and-a-half feet combined with 15 degrees of tilt and 10 degrees of roll adjustment.
At my institution, faculty must be able to articulate the university mission.
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.
Moreover, the fossil vertebrae would have provided ample structural support for the respiratory muscles needed to articulate words, he asserts.
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.
Indeed, his work, perhaps inadvertently, conveys more than a hint of the problematics of meaning in contemporary painting: As much as he strives to articulate his place in a figurative tradition that stretches from John Constable to Walter Sickert and Giorgio Morandi, his quasi homage strenuously resists its own time.
Eboo Patel, the founder and director of the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), who articulated the present need for interfaith dialogue in a post-9/11 world which was desperately in need of a language through which people of faith could articulate their religious traditions to their neighbors and build bridges of understanding between faith communities.