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Bruce Willis returns as the voice of her son, Mikey, and Roseanne Barr joins the cast as the voice of Mollie's second-born, Julie, who also can verbalize her thoughts.
Or, he would verbalize a problem and the computer would respond with an answer.
Gordon's style is familiar and easygoing, and he addresses points that may be a concern for piano teachers and students who aren't able to verbalize their concerns.
Events will spiral beyond her control, test her increasingly tenuous relationship, and cause her to finally verbalize and examine her early childhood experiences from a new perspective.
I ask questions--I verbalize the hard questions that my church members are asking themselves: What is our purpose here on earth?
Quarterbacks should make their calls, verbalize the cadence, and take their drops.
Sometimes a child might not be able to verbalize emotions; therefore, support in helping to identify and explain their feelings is crucial.
Finally, teachers rarely encouraged students to verbalize their thinking or to ask questions.
Sometimes it hard for them to verbalize their expectations.
What's missing in a lot of the systems is that the managers aren't able to verbalize the success factors--the how-to is missing," he explained.
Communicators need to counsel executives on how to do it--how to verbalize the messages that reflect the company's real objectives, how to pick the right channel and media to communicate, how to present themselves so that people will listen, how to anticipate the outcomes of communication and how to gather feedback.
He couldn't really verbalize what bothered him," the landscape architect told me, "only that he thought it looked terrible.
The court noted that the inmate was not required to verbalize the prayer, but that inmates were required to stand together as a group while the prayer was recited or face the loss of good time credits.
He is greatly skilled and greatly appreciated, but sometimes it's too easy to forget to verbalize our respect and appreciation for him, as well as for others within our company.
Although Merullo is writing from the perspective of 47 years, perceptive students would be able to verbalize how they want to live their lives, or to discuss a failure they have experienced or influential people in their lives.