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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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In conjunction with these responsibilities, the unit implemented CTAD to serve as the primary repository for all communicated threats and other criminally oriented communications (COCs) within the FBI.
In order to present difficult news in a manner that is most helpful to parents, it is desirable to begin by finding out both what the parents know about the situation and the manner in which they want the information communicated to them.
Artists and writers closely communicated with the American public to convey goals, expectations, and possible outcomes.
Having successfully communicated its concern for its employees, management can open more direct channels of communication, knowing that its credibility is secure.
Information about the particles in these dashed line cells is communicated to 4, making up "ghost" cells on 4.
This study examined the level of assurance offered by these four report formats as well as a fifth report format that communicated a high level of assurance (positive opinion, work effort consistent with that undertaken for providing high assurance).
This could occur if the Expedia software communicated with Amazon's software -- if there was application integration between the two.
As those perceptions are communicated, language choices made by the orator become both the enunciator and delineator of a "truth." So, while I do not advocate the association of Black Speak with dissemination of the "Truth," I do assert that Bla ck Speak attempts to unravel perceptions of something viewed from the precipice from which Blacks observe American culture and transmit a (subjective/alternative) "truth" to the receiver.
We pass moral judgment on language, therefore, based on what is communicated. Language intended to deceive, to insult, to belittle, to provoke, to blaspheme, and to degrade is bad, because its content is bad.
Coaching is also supported by the CMSS in that student work is communicated to the professor as well as mentor-group peers in ways that supports immediacy in the feedback process.
But we often see physician organizations disintegrating because executives communicated poorly about:

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