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And as to talking—four days ago I could not well have articulated three sentences.
CHARLOTTE BRONTT. WEMYSS REID
An inventor was needed to do that, a poet; he has articulated the dim-struggling thought that dwelt in his own and many hearts.
He had two articulated appendages fixed to the trunk at a point near and below the skull-case.
THE INVADERALFRED COPPEL
These, as also the tentacles and notocirri, short, articulated.
The dorsal scutes are articulated together, as in the preceding genus; and there are similarly-articulated ventral scutes.
Sometimes they are articulated like the pillars of basalt, and separated at some distance by the intervening quartz.
He articulated with difficulty, and his voice was strange to his own ears.
THE ANGELCYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
The extremities of the furcula, where articulated to the coracoids, vary considerably in outline.
More significant is the still further abbreviated form in which the sounds of speech are not articulated at all.
LANGUAGEEDWARD SAPIR
George dropped his pillow, and articulated in a broken voice, Malediction!

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