明白地说, 以关节连接, 接合, 使成为系统的整体
This is him? - How would she go for him? - Beats me. Well, he's very articulate.
And he argues that in a very articulate way. And women should have equal rights in jobs, in public
Beat it, creep! He felt love but couldn't articulate it.
Love came into the world before articulate speech , and in its own early youth it had learned ways and means that it had never forgotten.
Tentatively, it has begun to articulate a more active vision of how the world might be run and how China might contribute.
In the past, admittedly, some of those very same articulate bankers have found themselves in financial or political trouble.
And yet it may still be impervious to criticism, simply because no one short of a NASA systems analyst will be able to articulate the plot.
Had I been articulate about my ultimate aspirations, no doubt someone would have told me what I was bargaining for.
One person beginning to articulate this idea is Mitt Romney, one of the frontrunners to be the Republican presidential candidate.
Through my work I'm trying to articulate that humans are not separate from nature and that everything is interconnected.
To many of these people, articulate as they were, the great loss was the loss of language—that they could not say what was in them.
If he or she can articulate it well, others will rally around that vision and willingly sign up for the project.
It lends a pleasing rhythm to his frequently funny monologues, and tends to belie how fluent and articulate he can be.
Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is a smart, articulate, well-educated American, who happens to be a Black man.
Teachers assist all students to become self-directed learners who are able to demonstrate, articulate, and evaluate what they learn.
Granville N. Toogood, author of The Articulate Executive also stresses the idea of starting off quickly and beginning with punch.
《表达能力强的领导》一书的作者格兰维尔N.涂古德(Granville N. Toogood)也强调“要迅速而有力地开始”。
Ability to articulate testing program to test these relationship to generate data to support the commercial recommendation.
The Left-Green leader, the finance minister, is articulate and effective, but is a passionate nationalist and hostile to EU membership.
Ms. Wilbur: Students have to map out their biggest strengths and be able to articulate how they can contribute to their target company.
As they ask each other questions, their English sounds no less articulate than that of similarly-aged Americans.
We simply articulate our insecurity more loudly – something that is made even easier if you have a newspaper column like this one.
Financial markets do not articulate clearly to the public why they "pick on" Greece, or the UK, or others.
Rao proved to be a handsome, dark-skinned, articulate and fast-speaking young man, still in his twenties.
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