verbal description


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Participant s were then randomly assigned to either (a) listen to a verbal description of three levels of care: life-prolonging care, including CPR and mechanical ventilation; basic hospital care, including antibiotics and IV fluids; or comfort care only or (b) view a six-minute video illustrating those levels of care and listening to the same verbal narrative.
A spokesman for the Court of the Lord Lyon, responsible for Scottish heraldry, said: "As long as the image on the coat of arms adheres to the verbal description, then there is no problem.
In verbal description all this is a bit daunting--overstated didactics, really.
I have done a lot of portraits of people and it was easier to draw him than give a verbal description.
And after she saw Talbot, 31, convicted of theft she said: "I've done a lot of portraits and it was easier to draw him than give a verbal description.
CHICACO -- Elderly persons shown a video depiction of advanced Alzheimer's are less likely to opt for life-prolonging care, compared with those who listen to a verbal description.
CHICAGO -- Elderly persons shown a video depiction of advanced Alzheimer's are less likely to opt for life-prolonging care, compared with those who listen to a verbal description.
One of the problems here is that faces are best encoded holistically (Wegner and Ingvalson 2002), whereas a verbal description uses more a piecemeal approach involving the labelling of the individual features (in which the object of description is broken down into singular details) (Sporer 1992a).
It is not then, as Lee suggests, that we jump past the descriptive level to the inferential level: on the contrary, it is rather that we jump over the non-verbal inferential level when we attempt to liquidate something into a careful objective verbal description that would precede all inference.
Game by Hunter Davies (a rare No, but I was first edition) was in such bad once sent off condition that it barely fitted the for verbal description of a book.
The poet turns a doctrinal truth of Christianity--the sacrament of the Eucharist--into a verbal description of an animal need that, superficially, sounds morbid and inhuman.
Each entry consists of the species' common name, its scientific name, its approximate size, a verbal description of its appearance and characteristic habits, and a brief summary of where it can be found during what seasons of the year; yet by far the most valuable identifier are the illustrations, almost all of which are in full color.
Tom is a true artist at verbal description and undercurrents of strong sexuality.
For example this could be a picture on a website or a verbal description given over the telephone.
Margriet Rurrs asked librarians to share stories about their libraries: the result often was not only a verbal description and stories, but color photos: all of which are included in this lively, unusual, and enthusiastically recommended title.