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  • n. Alternative spelling of verbalization.

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  • n. the words that are spoken in the activity of verbalization
  • n. the activity of expressing something in words

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  • By its nature, revelation does not easily lend itself to verbalisation.

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  • And, as Berger suggests, the "revelation does not easily lend itself to verbalisation."

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  • These are processes of 'saying' and the participant roles associated with verbalisation are the Sayer (the producer of the speech), the Receiver (the entity to which the speech is addressed) and the Verbiage (that which gets said).

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  • The piece of paper ought not to be symbolic but rather it should be an important verbalisation and written commitment -

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  • The RBI presents the data relating to BoP in factual terms and often what it has to say is a mere verbalisation of figures set out in a tabular format.

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  • I am no mathematician, so rather than dwell on that let's stick with verbalisation.

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  • We are born out of two things either out of lust or out of love, birth out of love is very rare, it may happen one in a million, because it is rare to be in love, if you ware in love there is nothing to explain it, there is no symptoms to lay down and say "if you have all these then it is love", I am trying to avoid the word "pure love" because there is nothing called pure or impure, it is only love, which is a verbalisation of the divine.

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