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In one sentence, he treated us like adults and confirmed what I had struggled to articulate on the radio.
A big part of The Trade Desk’s success since its IPO four years ago has been how it articulated its intrinsic value to the industry.
These are articulate, well-researched works with concrete and valuable lessons that can be applied to your professional life.
Thus far, James had fumbled at articulating a true American cooking.
Memory of past and foresight of future convert dumbness to some degree of articulateness.
The night wind rustled in the corn with a crisp articulateness he had never noticed in daytime, and he felt like an eavesdropper.
HOOKING WATERMELONSEDWARD BELLAMY
It therefore fails altogether, I suggest, to carry on the progress of music towards greater articulateness.
MUSICAL CRITICISMSARTHUR JOHNSTONE

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