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to give expression to, as by gestures, facial aspects, or bodily posture

to cause (a disease) to pass to another or others

to interact with another or others in a meaningful fashion

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Communications convergence is the act of leveraging the full potential of the IP multimedia networking to make a significant change in how people communicate and collaborate.
in basic literacy skills such as reading, writing, comprehension, speaking, and listening skills, or in mathematics) on health literacy; or 3) determine the specific content and components of undergraduate, graduate, and in-service training experiences needed to adequately prepare provider groups to communicate with low-literacy patient populations (e.
Senior employees may be given a pin to signify the company's appreciation; after all, "thank you" is one of the most important phrases in the English language, and it communicates not only appreciation, but also gratitude.
I submit that the familiar dialect associated with Black Speak is a recognizable dialogical form which inverts and averts the culturally hegemonic speech patterns valued as standardized American English in order to effectively communicate an unfiltered "truth.
But communicate it does, and inasmuch as it conveys negative, false, venal, or evil emotions or states of being, such as rebellion, chaos, anger, violence, atheism, or moral relativism, music must be considered bad.
When migrating to Fibre Channel switched fabrics, it's important that these private loop-only devices can be attached to communicate with today's full fabric, full featured SAN implementations.
Psychologists and counselors use toys and games to communicate with children.
The World Wide Web standards on which an Intranet is based become a kind of inexpensive interface gateway, allowing any corporate application to communicate electronically with any other corporate application.
We do not want open discussion because--as we have already touched on--we are basically afraid, reluctant, and otherwise hostile to facing the truths, conflicts, and confusions which might surface when we do communicate with each other naturally.
The greater the severity of loss, the less effective a hearing aid is in helping an individual receive and understand information through sound alone, and the more the individual must rely on speechreading, manual communication, gestures, writing, or all of these methods to communicate with hearing people.
This deployment of the Tactical Iraqi course follows its use by thousands of US Marines and US Army personnel who have learned how to communicate in Iraq safely, effectively, and with cultural sensitivity.
Management has to communicate the what, when, why and how to its employees and motivate them to embrace the new culture.
1) More important, the Court acknowledged that criminals often communicate their intentions prior to the commission of a crime.
If you can be face-to-face with the people who ask the questions or who need to know, you can communicate most effectively one-on-one.