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communicate

verb To convey or connect one region of the body with another, as occurs between a bronchogenic cyst and larger airways.
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That is, Black Speak is invoked to communicate clearly and concisely a "truth" to another or others who have shared the cultural history and who are conversant in the vernacular form.
But communicate it does, and inasmuch as it conveys negative, false, venal, or evil emotions or states of being, such as rebellion, chaos, anger, violence, atheism, or moral relativism, music must be considered bad.
Once again, I use the word "sell" as opposed to simply communicate, since your delivery of the message is just as important as the message itself.
Limon said that his art "is in essence non-academic; in principle, experimental; in practice, eclectic [diverse] and inclusive." This communicates the spirit of the program.
(See the COMMUNICATION WITH AUDIT COMMITTEES OR OTHER RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUALS for suggested language to communicate this information to clients.)
We have many materials with which to communicate, such as the eyes, ears, and minds of a great many people.
"For his speech, we started him on oral motor exercises and articulation drills, and prescribed a supplementary speech synthesizer to help him communicate while speech therapy was under way.
CPC is also authorized to formulate FEI position statements on matters affecting private and closely held companies and to communicate those positions to appropriate sources, internally and externally.
Then the agribusiness is ready to design and communicate an offer that is attractive to the targeted segments and profitable for its own company.
You should get to know the movers, shakers, and players and how to communicate with them.
The Army is scrambling to acquire sufficient quantities of improved tactical headsets (ITHs), which are designed to protect soldiers' hearing and to allow them to communicate in the high-noise environment of the M1114 up-armored HMMWVs (High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles) and other light tactical vehicles being used by the Army in Iraq.
Marie Diocese with an interactive Web site, allowing parishioners to contribute news, communicate by e-mail or through discussion forums, post documents and have access to church records.

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