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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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Is it in his experience of the sex that a woman who is eagerly bent on making herself attractive to a man would tell that man, or tell anybody else who might communicate with him, that the charm by which she hoped to win his heart--say the charm of a pretty complexion--had been artificially acquired by the perilous use of a deadly poison?
In mentioning it now, I communicate to you the only positive information, on the subject of the missing woman, which I possess.
If you should ever meet with him in the future--say nothing to your wife, and communicate with me.
At first he appeared to be decidedly unwilling to let her communicate with his patient.
The late stormy weather has delayed the vessel by means of which we communicate with the mainland.
A child's painting or drawing communicates more powerfully with other children, be they from the same community or from the other end of the world.
Senior employees may be given a pin to signify the company's appreciation; after all, "thank you" is one of the most important phrases in the English language, and it communicates not only appreciation, but also gratitude.
Black Speak communicates a "truth" by infusing its messages with the linguistic style that formulates and informs cultural identities and communities.
Measurement creates focus for the future and communicates important messages to all organizational units and employees.
Conversely, when a full-fabric device communicates to a private loop, the upper 16 bits must be taken off.
During the past decade, you've survived being downsized, re-engineered, flavored-of-the-month (over a bazillion times) and charged with reinventing how your organization communicates.

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