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  • verb Present participle of articulate.

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Examples

  • While I have made it clear that I would like to see these groups removed, I have done a poor job in articulating why.

    Fa$ebook ‘We hate Jews’ groups

  • How far might originality reside in articulating that midpoint when everyone else is insisting that only this or that is possible?

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  • The "good [if not liberal, then Protestant at least] critique" is that, while the priesthood of believers certainly fails in articulating and preserving the truth, so does the hierarchy.

    Fr. Robert Barron on Protestantism, authority, and Cardinal Newman

  • "We thought she was the best suited in articulating the Jesuit mission of the university, and we thought she had the vision to move us to the next level."

    Do gays face 'stained glass ceiling' at Catholic colleges?

  • My purpose in articulating specific and even narrow aspects of cases above, such as United States v. Lopez (1995), Schecher Poultry Corp.v. United States (1935), Railroad Retirement Board et al.v. Alton R.Co. (1935) and McCulloch v. Maryland (1819) and one or two others was to line out some perfectly reasonable Constitutional constructions, as can be responsibly conceived from the point of view of original meaning.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Lawsuits Against the Health Care Bill

  • Secretary of Defense Robert Gates has been particularly eloquent in articulating [the need] for diplomacy ….

    Value Driven | ATTACKERMAN

  • Part of what I have been groping towards articulating is that a stumbling block in contemplating/examining this stuff is the rather parochial way the English language handles the notions of 'mind' or 'consciousness'.

    Another Look

  • How far might originality reside in articulating that midpoint when everyone else is insisting that only this or that is possible?

    Creative Control - Part 5

  • However, a modicum of pause and analysis (as in articulating to oneself the character) of wine, food and the interaction of the two can give any individual a compass and confidence to navigate and enrich their culinary experience.

    The "Perfect Thanksgiving Wine" Myth

  • Hollywood films played a key role in articulating this antifascist popular nationalism, beginning in the late 1930s with a cycle of films that raised the cry of alarm to the American people about the dangers of fascism and ushered in a new era of "political" filmmaking.

    Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood

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