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ar·tic·u·lat·ed

(ar-tik'yū-lā-ted),
Jointed.
Synonym(s): articulate (1)

articulated

[ärtik′yəlā′tid]
united by a movable joint.

ar·tic·u·lat·ed

(ahr-tik'yŭ-lāt-ĕd)
Jointed.
Synonym(s): articulate (1) .
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Articulated bus market in the Americas: The market for articulated buses in the Americas is led predominantly by the US and Canada.
However, none of these works investigate the skid steering mode in 4WD articulated vehicle that each wheel can be controlled independently.
Increased demand for articulated robots in automotive industry
In any case, most of these vehicles are very old and it would be very difficult to turn them into lorries," adds Moussa, warning that the Government's two-year deadline is not enough, as articulated vehicles represent 80 per cent of the heavy transport fleet.
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This CEA was designed to answer the following questions: How can the university mission be articulated and operationalized and used by students in every day practice?
There has been tremendous growth in cell-type automation systems that incorporate a linear robot for part takeout, which then hands the part to an articulated robot for downstream operations," says John Mallon, president of Yushin America.
Knowing that many of its buyers would hail from the aerospace industry, and that they wouldn't be shy about airing complaints about an incorrectly articulated probe arm or discolored wheel, Code 3's designers corresponded closely with the actual designers at JPL.
Too often, communicators enable their executives to articulate the organization's developments and strengths to external audiences, but these messages are not articulated as effectively to internal audiences.
To be considered responsive to this announcement, interdisciplinary perspectives must be unambiguous, the relationship between the behaviors or social processes under study and healthy aging should be articulated, and the proposed study should be embedded within a well articulated set of questions or hypotheses generated from social science and behavioral research.
This is articulated by Dumbledore as choice, which is also the factor which directs a high fantasy hero away from the ethic of transcendence:
Its title refers, the author says, to two desires: "the desire that there should be women writers in the Renaissance and that the desires articulated in their texts be acknowledged" (14).