Thesaurus / articulate


These values require constant maintenance and must be articulated over and over again in new contexts.PARTICIPATION-WASHING COULD BE THE NEXT DANGEROUS FAD IN MACHINE LEARNINGAMY NORDRUMAUGUST 25, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
One response was through petition writing as women took to the pen to articulate their concerns.HOW IGBO WOMEN ACTIVISTS INFLUENCED BRITISH AUTHORITIES DURING THE COLONIAL RULE OF NIGERIABRIGHT ALOZIEAUGUST 7, 2020QUARTZ
It’s not just that the weighted vote is bad – which many smaller cities have articulated loudly and clearly for a few years now – but that the weighted vote is inappropriate for quasi-judicial decisions.POLITICS REPORT: MARA ELLIOTT, PLUMBERSCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSAUGUST 1, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Scroll’s reason for existing has always been fairly easy to articulate.INSIDE TONY HAILE’S EXPEDITION TO (HELP) SAVE THE NEWS BUSINESS STEVEN PERLBERGJULY 27, 2020DIGIDAY
He has articulated some very clear themes and tried to approach them.DOES THE PRESIDENT MATTER AS MUCH AS YOU THINK? (EP. 404)STEPHEN J. DUBNERFEBRUARY 6, 2020FREAKONOMICS
For all that, an occasional mutter came unheeded to his ears, the closed curtains preserving articulate sounds like room walls.CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
The infant begins its vocal utterances with simple cries; only at a later age does it begin to articulate.MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
The language of the Akka is of a very undeveloped type, and seems a link between articulate and inarticulate speech.MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
He laid his hand on his brow and more than once he groaned and muttered half-articulate expressions of repugnance.IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO MENDCHARLES READE
The sick woman was lying still; her eyes wandered and her lips moved, but as yet no articulate sound issued from them.A LIFE SENTENCEADELINE SERGEANT


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