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articulation

 [ahr-tik″u-la´shun]
1. any place of junction between two different parts or objects.
2. enunciation of words and sentences.

ar·tic·u·la·tion

(ar-tik'yū-lā'shŭn),
1. Synonym(s): joint
2. A joining or connecting together loosely to allow motion between parts.
3. Distinct, coherent, connected speech or enunciation.
4. In dentistry, the contact relationship of the occlusal surfaces of the teeth during jaw movement.
[see articulatio]

articulation

(är-tĭk′yə-lā′shən)
n.
1. The act of vocal expression; utterance or enunciation: an articulation of the group's sentiments.
2.
a. The act or manner of producing a speech sound.
b. A speech sound, especially a consonant.
3. Anatomy
a. A fixed or movable joint between bones.
b. A movable joint between inflexible parts of the body of an animal, as the divisions of an appendage in arthropods.

ar·tic′u·la·to′ry (-lə-tôr′ē), ar·tic′u·la′tive (-lā′tĭv, -lə-tĭv) adj.

articulation

Anatomy Joint The point where two bones meet via a cartilaginous bridge,
Speech pathology The physical movements made by the speech organs (mouth, tongue and throat) in verbal communication.
Vox populi The coherency and clarity of expression.

articulation

Neurology 
1. Speech.
2. The ability to produce intelligible speech, through the appropriate interaction of the lips, tongue and palate.

ar·tic·u·la·tion

(ahr-tik'yū-lā'shŭn)
1. Synonym(s): joint.
2. A juncture or connection that permits motion between parts.
3. The process of coordinating movement of oral, laryngeal, and pharyngeal structures to produce speech.
4. dentistry The contact relationship of the occlusal surfaces of the teeth during jaw movement.
See also: synovial joint
[L. a forming of vines]

articulation

A joint.

articulation

see JOINT.

ar·tic·u·la·tion

(ahr-tik'yū-lā'shŭn)
1. In dentistry, the contact relationship of the occlusal surfaces of the teeth during jaw movement.
2. Synonym(s): joint.
3. A joining or connecting together loosely to allow motion between parts.
[L. a forming of vines]
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Anomalous lumbosacral articulations and low back-pain: evaluation and treatment.
The current study was planned to mitigate the communication barriers of PHI children (PHIC) by enabling their word articulation ability using lip-reading through a proposed software application.
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Most of primary school first graders had proper articulation (49%), whereas substitution and substitution associated with distortion was recorded in only 6% of the study sample.
Statewide Policy: Legislatures and higher education systems adopt articulation policies at the state level.
Although there is some variation, most research into articulation disorders has concluded that /r/ is the most difficult sound to acquire, followed by sibilants (e.g., /s/, /z/; Clark, Schwarz, & Blakeley, 1993; Klein, Byun, Davidson, & Grigos, 2013; Ristuccia & Aldridge, M.A., 2008; Nippold, 2012).
Articulation III - Inter occlusal record without a centric stop: The centric stop retained was reduced to complete the preparation and a third set of cast articulated with another inter occlusal record.
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The importance of appreciating that the "childhood imprinting factor" forms an insidious and often overlooked trap in the articulation of other languages cannot be overemphasized.
In accounting, articulation has been defined as the manner in which one statement (the statement of cash flow) is mathematically linked to another (the balance sheet).
Her main emphasis is on immigrants' self-perception and articulation of their identities in their everyday lives as social actors.

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