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articulate

Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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"I've never heard anyone say the things he's saying so articulately," says McClure.
Dibb was articulately outspoken with our readers about his uncompromisingly powerful urban gangster film.
Petersen is a beautifully illustrated, superbly organized, and articulately presented instruction manual that will provide non-specialist general readers with a sound grounding in design basics when it comes to utilizing and maximizing windows to provide the element of light to increase the attractiveness of individual rooms.
Yoga Therapy For Overcoming Insomnia articulately discusses the types, causes, and treatments of insomnia, as well as providing expert instruction on creating good sleep habits.
City Forum representative Colin Wilkes said: "We want someone who can speak clearly and articulately, has a knowledge of the city and its history, is civic minded and can act as an ambassador.
It was an act 19-yearold Fletch, who spoke articulately to journalists yesterday, appreciated and understood.
I would have expected nothing less from an articulately trained barrister.
Tireless Glover--sometimes wild and stomping, at other times so articulately delicate that he virtually pas de bourrees on his tap tips--displays astounding technique with unflagging energy.
In Uruguay articulately works with the Office of Planning and Budget, the Congress of Mayors, AECID, the United Nations System and Decentralized Cooperation.
Aamir had several script sessions because he wanted his character to be articulately entwined within the script of the particular episode of the detective serial," a source from the channel said.
No sooner had the 25-year-old talked confidently and articulately with the press on Thursday lunchtime then he was being whisked off to Austria.
This can be real dingdong stuff, with each of you wanting to get your point of view across just as articulately as the other.