consisting of segments held together by joints
Constructed with one or more pivoted joints which allow bending of an otherwise rigid structure.
Specifically, describes a vehicle with such joints, e.g. an articulated lorry, articulated bus, or certain kinds of streetcars and trains.
united by, or provided with, articulations; jointed; as, an articulated skeleton
produced, as a letter, syllable, or word, by the organs of speech; pronounced
Articulated is an educational pathway offered by Australian TAFE Institutes that allows a student to study for a higher qualification through a series of steps made of increasing level qualifications. For example, a student may study, in the same or associated field, along the following path with each step providing direct credit for the next level of qualification.
The numerical value of articulated in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of articulated in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Things are not going to change overnight, but (the Macri) administration is one that has articulated foreign policy and economic principles that are much more in line with the U.S. government, there is a sense that Argentina has removed itself dramatically from a sympathy with (the) populist left in Latin American to more of the center-right, and that is obviously a change that the United States wants to encourage and be helpful in its success.
I am confident in this vision because I’m confident that if I had run again and articulated it, I think I could’ve mobilized a majority of the American people to rally behind it.
Our troops are there in a relationship with the government of( Iraq) -- by invitation of the government of Iraq, articulated by the strategic framework agreement. They're there for the enduring defeat of ISIS, that hasn't changed.
He didn't come here to insult the president, he came here to warn of an extreme danger that needs to be articulated in whatever form, whatever way possible.
The essence of the modern state is that the universal be bound up with the complete freedom of its particular members and with private well-being, that thus the interests of family and civil society must concentrate themselves on the state. It is only when both these moments subsist in their strength that the state can be regarded as articulated and genuinely organized.
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