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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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NCRC 2017 Chairperson Professor Elena Pernia, UP Diliman College of Masscom Dean, outlined that the conference focused on researches of scholars of communication and media that define the Filipino communicative experience, particularly on studies that look into how communication and media shaped-up individuals and cultural realities.
Even in one recent collection that examines communicative labor (Maxwell, 2016), audience labor remains at the margins.
Communicative Action and Modernization: Towards an Integrative East-West Paradigm for Communications Research.
In the Saxton and Waters (2014) study, the most common communicative function used was information-sharing.
Keywords: Grammar Translation Method, Communicative Approach, Integration, Second Language Learning.
The syllabus proposed by the school for tenth grade gave teachers guidelines to develop students' communicative competence, but I noticed that my 34 tenth graders had not developed it enough despite having attended English classes every school year.
The first part of the work includes an overview of the factors necessary for the development of communicative competence in a foreign language, which constitutes an expanding research area, yet practice of such competence, often out of context, is frequently reduced to sporadic interventions and resolving ad hoc questions instead of responding to systematic planning.
However, findings in recent studies suggest that communicative and critical HL contribute to better self-care behaviors more than functional HL and plays a significant role in better diabetes management and optimal health.
Perhaps living constitutionalists actually accept that the linguistic meaning (or more precisely communicative content) of the constitutional text is fixed, but argue that it is the legal meaning (or more precisely legal content) of the Constitution that changes over time.
Karashev noted the support of USAID in the development of communicative strategies of the State Personnel Service.
This interdisciplinary book explores the meanings of social media as a communicative condition for users in their daily lives; first, through a theoretical framework approaching social media as communicative genres and second, through empirical case studies of personal blogs, Twitter, and Facebook as key instances of the category of "social media," which is still taking shape.

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