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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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Some communicated threats and COCs are sent to their respective recipients for personal reasons, whereas others relate directly to criminal enterprises, such as extortion, kidnapping, and other crimes.
In many instances, policies are unclear or unexplained, poorly communicated or articulated.
10] The emphasis in the earlier study was on the use of persuasive strategies, or what was communicated.
Every part of that process needs to be communicated effectively so that people are able to take part and understand the reasons behind likely changes in procedure.
Physician executives' preferences for persuasion strategies were measured by asking them how likely they would be to select the strategies of assertiveness, bargaining, coalition, friendliness, higher-authority, reason, and sanctions (see figure 1, above) in influencing a subordinate who typically communicated with them in an attractive or an unattractive style.
This flexible temperature resolution adjusts the conversion time depending on the system needs, assuring that the temperature is read and communicated faster to the outside world.
CEOs talking in three-to-five-year speak, communicated with SVPs who translated into one-year speak.
Physician executives' preferences for compliance-gaining strategies were measured by asking them how likely they would be to select the strategies of reason, bargaining, friendliness, assertiveness, coalition, and higher-authority (see figure 1, right) in influencing a superior who typically communicated with them in an attractive or in an unattractive style.
Thanks to RadioVoodoo and Upoc Networks, we've heard from 8,000 listeners in less than 2 weeks, who overwhelmingly communicated their support for free speech and Howard Stern's right to be on the air," said Oedipus, Program Director of WBCN.
This is the implementation process in which the corporate vision and strategic directives are communicated throughout the organization.
Setting up the launch campaign, each execution succinctly communicated Titan's core attributes: 305 horsepower, 379 lb-ft of torque, 9,500 pound maximum towing capacity, when properly equipped.
And, that deal must be clearly communicated through what is both said and done in order to be credible.