Science is nothing but developed perception, interpreted intent, common sense rounded out and minutely articulated. From LearnThat.org. [George Santayana (1863-1952)]
Her words were well articulated. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
Adjective : articulated sounds. ,an articulated appendage. ,an articulated bus; an articulated locomotive. From Dictionary.com.
Truth stands on its own merit – and everything you articulated is true. From Wordnik.com. [Vote “Me” for Secretary of Education] Reference
Their advice, while gently articulated, is unequivocal: The time has come for me to follow suit. From Wordnik.com. [Archive 2009-04-01] Reference
The combination that has never before been articulated is an original articulation in and of itself; it has just originated. From Wordnik.com. [Creative Control - Part 4] Reference
I am addicted to so called articulated displays so that was a must. From Wordnik.com. [News: Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com)] Reference
Also called articulated buses, these 180-seaters are ideal for city transport. contd on page 2. From Wordnik.com. [Moneycontrol Top Headlines] Reference
His cheeks heated when he recalled the articulated bird model he'd tried to make from wood and cork and wire. From Wordnik.com. [The Year's Best Science Fiction 23rd Annual Collection]
It originated based on a turn of phrase articulated by Peggy Noonan, a gifted speechwriter for President George H.W. From Wordnik.com. [Jonathan Greenblatt: Stronger Together: All for Good Joins Points of Light Institute] Reference
The L. L.Bean style had nice details such as articulated knees for easy movement. From Wordnik.com. [Suit Up, Baby] Reference
These newly "articulated" schools could and should be required to enroll students from "failing" schools. From Wordnik.com. [Michele Somerville: When 'Failing' Schools Close and Whiter, Brighter Schools Open] Reference
LLC.AX has narrowed and "articulated" the proposed C4. From Wordnik.com. [Australian General News - Nov 11 | Reuters] Reference
The frame of the locomotive is "articulated," or hinged, to allow it to go through curves. From Wordnik.com. [Tour Route Finalists Named in Union Pacific Railroad’s Great Excursion Adventure - You Route the Steam Contest - Yahoo! Finance] Reference
"The judge kind of articulated the adoption process differently than we had discussed it," Kimm said. From Wordnik.com. Reference
Chernomyrdin has not yet articulated the details of his own plan. From Wordnik.com. [Russian Roulette] Reference
Containment, the strategy articulated by George Kennan in 1947, worked in the end. From Wordnik.com. [The End] Reference
He has articulated a vision of a world that is becoming more connected and smarter. From Wordnik.com. [What’s Good For IBM...] Reference
He articulated everything that I feared was wrong with the Immigration and Naturalization Service. From Wordnik.com. [Letters: Girls Are '32 Flavors And Then Some'] Reference
All that is a far cry from the health-care agenda President Obama articulated during the campaign. From Wordnik.com. [Hope Springs Eternal] Reference
The goal of the Frost interviews, as articulated by Reston, was to give Nixon the trial he had never gotten. From Wordnik.com. [Nixon and Bush] Reference
If we implemented the policy articulated by the Congress and the president, we'd have everyone going forever!. From Wordnik.com. ['No Moral Sense'] Reference
What bothers them, though none have articulated it, is the closing of an exceptional period in German history. From Wordnik.com. [Germany At A Turning Point] Reference
"That," they nod -- sometimes with a degree of relief at finding it articulated at last -- "that is what we do.". From Wordnik.com. [The Truth About The Truth] Reference
Even some of Bush's top aides admit he has not clearly articulated to them why he wants to continue as president. From Wordnik.com. [Bush: Back In Tension City] Reference
But perhaps the fact that we're hearing those motives articulated out loud for the first time is also comforting. From Wordnik.com. [The Pursuit of Sexual Happiness] Reference
In the chaos, there was a quiet refrain, one written on the backs of cars and articulated by Mayor Nagin, by Mississippi Gov. From Wordnik.com. [The Editor's Desk] Reference
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