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She was talking rapidly, musically, and with exceptionally correct articulation and expressive intonation.
The perspiration stood in beads upon his face, his knees knocked together, his every limb trembled, the power of articulation was quite gone; and there he stood, panting for breath, gazing on them with such livid ashy looks, that they were infected with his fear, though ignorant of its occasion, and, reflecting his dismayed and horror-stricken visage, stared back again without venturing to question him; until old John Willet, in a fit of temporary insanity, made a dive at his cravat, and, seizing him by that portion of his dress, shook him to and fro until his very teeth appeared to rattle in his head.
said sister Martha, not meaning to be audible, but driven to some articulation under this pressure of dates.
And Bassett, raising his hand in signal, bending forward his head as agreed so as to expose cleanly the articulation to his taut spinal cord, forgot Balatta, who was merely a woman, a woman merely and only and undesired.
I do not mean to be satirical, but to express my appreciation of those youths' singing, when I state that I perceived clearly that it was akin to the music of the cow, and they were at length one articulation of Nature.
The pint was thrown out, sir, by those two friends when they did me the great service of waiting on the lady to try if a union betwixt the lady and me could not be brought to bear--the pint, I say, was thrown out by them, sir, whether if, after marriage, I confined myself to the articulation of men, children, and the lower animals, it might not relieve the lady's mind of her feeling respecting being as a lady-- regarded in a bony light.
The flesh was white and fresh, and both the arm and hand preserved a degree of flexibility in the articulations.
Subjects were told that they would carry out a series of memory tests, but first they were asked to provide articulation time measures, and they were told that this would be repeated at the end.
Articulation disorders refer to difficulties in producing correct speech sounds.
Byy examining the transfer and articulation policies and practices governing student flow from two- to four-year study within a representative group of such institutions, this article challenges the assumption of the structural reformers that baccalaureate degree-granting institutions, especially those with two-year branch campuses, are inherently better designed structurally and operationally than community colleges to facilitate student progress from two-to four-year programs.
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.
5-ton articulation unit, the Flexi AC StorMAX lift truck provides 220 degrees of articulation as well as features integrated sideshifting and a telescopic function.

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