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Synonyms for articulative

of or relating to articulation


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To my way of thinking, however, it is just that articulative, interactive process which provides this sort of novel with a mobility that is most refreshing indeed and which (more importantly still) allows it fully to mean.
Conversely, one might expect an articulative president, working within the presumably politically successful "revolution" introduced by his reconstructive predecessor, to be more partisan in his references than was the reconstructive president.
but the search for reasons that aspire to general acceptance need not lead to an unfair exclusion of religion from public life, and secular society, for its part, need not cut itself off from the important resources of spiritual explanations, if only the secular side were to retain a feeling for the articulative power of religious discourse.
Nevertheless, this detail could also be defended on the grounds of musical sense, as an articulative counterweight to the square syntax of the tune and indeed as a sonorous link between its phrases: the other instruments, lacking any equivalent slur, will naturally shape off their final note of the first phrase before its full half-note duration.
This information quickly can identify motives and other articulative facts essential to determining an individual's victimology or suspectology.
When attempting to bring out bass lines in proper proportion, pianists benefit from the instrument's construction as far as volume is concerned, but they must listen particularly closely for articulative clarity in the somewhat muddy-sounding lower registers.
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