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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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The goals for each of us, especially in professional communications, are to always be conscious of both what we intend to communicate and what it may be perceived that we are communicating, and to be articulate, purposeful, and concise: articulate because we should be able to communicate what we want/need to communicate in a clear manner with little doubt as to the meaning; purposeful because we need to communicate with a goal in mind of what the communication needs to achieve; and concise because we are all busy, and excess verbiage has the potential to cqnfuse and even bore the person to whom we are communicating.
Now, scientists have created a device that produces all the sounds that dolphins make while communicating.
If you cannot get out of your own story when communicating, then research shows you would do well to follow the counsel of Tom Lehrer, a Harvard math professor and writer of satirical songs who once quipped, "People spend hours bemoaning the fact that they cannot communicate.
Most IR officers believed that if leading brokerage analysts were convinced of our companies' investment merits, the analysts would assume the primary task of communicating to institutional investors.
The realistic side is the urge to be honest when communicating both the diagnosis and the impact of the diagnosis, while the hopeful side is the desire to communicate the diagnosis with compassion and to focus on potential rather than limitations.
Those individuals, with their legitimacy, could be instrumental in crafting the big ideas, uniting diverse disciplines, and communicating the ideas.
Instead of communicating from a point-to-point system as they have successfully done, researchers are investigating a point to broadcast transmission system.
The skill of communicating effectively does not usually come naturally or even easily to many.
"A lot of it comes down to communication--how well the campus or school communicates with the students in advance," says Greg Peters, education program manager at HE "A lot of the time, students get new technology when they leave home for college, so by communicating [about the laptop program] long in advance, there's not likely to be much of a problem." Besides, he adds, an incoming student's older equipment often gets passed down to other members of the family.
Communicating what customers are expecting and what suppliers need to know in order to get the specifics right is really important.
Participants were found to have the most difficulty with communicating the assessment results to others such as parents, school personnel, and students.

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