articulation


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the act or an instance of expressing in words

the use of the speech organs to produce sounds

Synonyms for articulation

the aspect of pronunciation that involves bringing articulatory organs together so as to shape the sounds of speech

the shape or manner in which things come together and a connection is made

expressing in coherent verbal form

the act of joining things in such a way that motion is possible

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Marks and Thulbourne [8] studied 10 patients with chronic low backache who had given a steroid and local anaesthetic infiltration for pseudo- articulation, immediate pain relief was found in 8, but only one patient remained pain free for 2 years.
After some silence he moved toward me and said, "You imitate her dynamics well, but did it ever occur to you to also imitate her articulations?" His demeanor and slender smile conveyed a peculiar combination of politeness, gentle sarcasm and yet encouragement.
Conclusion: The articulation of words by the profound hearing-impaired children after experimentation was usually comprehensible for an inexperienced or a lay listener.
In sections on original gestures, articulating processes, and schemata in action, they discuss such aspects as early forms of articulation, language and image as gesture and articulation, habit and the symbolic process, and ancient articulation: antique schemata in modern art and dance.
Section 2 presents a brief overview on techniques for locating articulation points and details the cooperative communication model assumed in this work.
According to Vladisavljevic (quote Lazarevic) [8], speech and language disorders can affect all modes of speech, sound articulation, language structure, reading, writing and they are caused or influenced by either environment or pathological changes in the speech system, and often by both of them.
Such articulation disorders are reasonably widespread.
Since this is designed to be 1/18th scale line of articulated PVC action figures and Baron Dark is the biggest monster of the main cast, he clocks in at 5" tall with 26 points of Glyos compatible articulation! He and his Titan Skeleton counterparts will crush puny 3 3/4" human figures like his enemy, Prince Lightstar!
Studies investigating such changes reported reduced intensity level [7] and fundamental frequency ([f.sub.0]) range [8], altered phonation quality [9], and inaccurate and reduced articulation [10-12].
Articulation I - Pre operative casts: Preoperative maxillary and mandibular casts mounted in an articulator.
ERIC Descriptors: Community Colleges; Public Colleges; Core Curriculum; College Credits; College Students; Outcomes of Education; Transfer Policy; Articulation (Education); Graduation; College Transfer Students
With two-axis articulation, the cutter arm reaches up 9 inches and sweeps 400 degrees, and also performs horizontal front cutting.
North Carolina has worked diligently to achieve articulation excellence and continues to refine its higher education articulation agreements.
It is not an articulation, a sound, or an alphabetic symbol, but rather an idea.
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