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- v. Present participle of communicate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the activity of communicating.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the activity of communicating; the activity of conveying information
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JR first heard of the existence of the TED prize two weeks ago, and initially was wary in communicating with prize officials through Skype, disguising himself in dark glasses and a low-brimmed hat, according to the Times.
Make sure the images you use actually aid in communicating to your reader, not just because you think you need a photo on your page.
Charles Barkley, in communicating Wednesday about the driving under the influence charge that prompted his leave of absence from TNT's NBA coverage since last month, gave a glimpse of the future.
I have observed parents respond more positively to life's challenges as they realize there is not just one habitual way to approach a given situation; but instead different choices to be made in communicating, listening, forgiving, achieving goals and dealing with conflict.
The art itself is effective in communicating the mood of each sub-story.
And so, you know, consisting with 4-H's pledge of head, heart, hands and health, my interest lies in communicating food and nutrition for youth in the way that bridges, you know, their holistic health with food and nutrition.
I want to be proficient in communicating with Spanish speaking persons.
The Gitmo Bar facilitated enemy combatants in communicating messages and interviews to their confederates and the outside world.
I have nothing but respect for Jamie and what he's trying to achieve in communicating to the public about cooking.
What are the African LGBT issues you are most interested in communicating to the rest of the world?