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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisharticulationar‧tic‧u‧la‧tion /ɑːˌtɪkjəˈleɪʃən $ ɑːr-/ noun  1 [uncountable]SPEAK A LANGUAGE the act of making a sound or of speaking words2 [uncountable]EXPRESS the expression of thoughts or feelings in wordsarticulation of the articulation of ideas3 [countable, uncountable] technicalHBP a joint that allows movement
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articulationThe report contains an articulation of the agency's mission statement.I found the Sanctus, though essentially vigorous, perfunctory in its lack of subtlety in emphasis and articulation.clear articulationContesting articulations of musical practices could as a rule now arise only at the level of consumption.Number twenty-five, do not penalize for articulation errors.He got therapy at school for articulation and comprehension.Lipatti s performance possesses a clarity of articulation, a depth of sonority and an energy that shine through the crackly recording.This calls into use a response buffer which produces articulation of the translated message.
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