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the exchange of ideas by writing, speech, or signals

something communicated, as information

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a situation allowing exchange of ideas or messages

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The Selenites, do they exist, will respond by a similar figure; and, a communication being thus once established, it will be easy to form an alphabet which shall enable us to converse with the inhabitants of the moon.
It is a fact, sir," he said, "which the various Governments of Europe have realized for many years, in connection with the exchange of communications one with the other.
It appears to have been an unlucky course of business that last brought her into communication with him,' returned Miss Wade; 'and business hours on that occasion were late.
The liberty of communication cannot be mine till it has lost all its value
Noel Vanstone to receive communications on her behalf.
Most large organizations are plagued by serious communication problems; the difficulties are especially prominent in large heterogeneous organizations where precise collaboration is critical.
The IABC Gold Quill Awards presents the highest level of professional acknowledgment within business communication today.
With the multimedia trend increasing, the expectancy is for communication professionals to be experts in the technology wave of the future and understand how to effectively communicate using the new tools that are available.
Since then communication has taken several different forms and continues to be one, if not the most important element in the development of the humankind.
In this research, anthropologists actually spent time with a cross-section of staff levels in a variety of industries, observing actual communication practices of people as they did their jobs.
Because of the complexities of the communication process and the effects that poor communication can have on police officers, their departments, and law enforcement as a whole, police departments need to develop effective communication training programs.
One-third of the survey respondents had no formal crisis communication plan in place prior to the natural disasters and organizational crises that seemed to occur so often last year.
Students, faculty, and, most importantly, employers, have for years recognized the need for improved communication skills.
In his classic text Administrative Behavior (1976), Nobel laureate Herbert Simon described communication as the most ignored component of the administrative process.
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