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Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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articulateness, intelligence, and self-awareness present in Ahab and
But when she spoke she was riveting, her salient intelligence and articulateness were a force to be reckoned with.
The clusters related to the following items: (a) the relevant unit of analysis (e.g., name of the program, the date, number of item, chapter, episode); (b) the existence of a group on the screen (to this end, we carried out a quantitative count of the number of appearances of the members of the group in each program, analyzing no more than three central figures on each item); (c) the characteristics of the group or the representative of the group and moderators or reporters (e.g., their context, role, biography [name, place of residence], level of articulateness, and mode of expression and of behavior (7)).
(1992) included thirteen criteria to measure different creative strengths: emotional expressiveness, storytelling articulateness, movement or action, expressiveness of titles, synthesis of lines or circles, unusual visualization, internal visualization, extending or breaking boundaries, humor, richness of imagery, colorfulness of imagery, and fantasy.
Hines is clearly the secondary guest as far as Zucker is concerned, yet he is the one who often predominates the proceedings with his commanding articulateness as well as his tendency to answer questions with lengthy and thorough responses.
If Walker were nominated, would he have the poise and articulateness, as Reagan did, to get his message across in an environment where such an array of powerful forces would bitterly oppose him?
This approach is understandable when consideration is given to the fact that the most popular slave narratives were written during slavery, when literacy and articulateness among enslaved black people was viewed as threatening.
expectations of family obligation and relationship: "dependence and interdependence with close emotional connectedness versus independence and autonomy; receptivity and deference to superiors in hierarchical relationships versus self-assertion and self-promotion in egalitarian-contractual relationships; communication on multiple levels and by innuendo versus verbal articulateness and forthrightness; maintaining and enhancing esteem at all costs versus forthright criticism and expressing the truth of the matter" (pp.
The second and now more widespread view stresses Caliban's implicit virtues--his innate sensitivity, rough dignity, articulateness, and intelligence--rather than his cruder characteristics.
"Articulateness and Requiredness in Iambic Verse." Style 6 (1972): 123-48.
One consequence of the analogical shift from Lockean "ideas" to sound as the agent of impression is, as Friedrich Kittler has argued, a thickening of the psychic medium that corresponds with the density of the acoustical environment, where "articulateness becomes a second-order exception in a spectrum of noise." (22) Several of Persuasions best readers have noted its concern with noise, from the undifferentiated "voices" that fill the room when Wentworth arrives, to the "domestic hurricane" of Uppercross at Christmas (157), to "the almost ceaseless slam of the door, and ceaseless buzz of persons walking through" the octagon room at Bath (200).
The common practice of giving (comparing, rejecting, and inferring) explanations of phenomena is at the root of articulate learning, including the enterprises we collect under the norm "science." The way that practice privileges a single item from the myriad relevant to any phenomenon tells us something about articulateness itself.