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communicator

(kŏ-mū′nĭ-kā-tor)
An electronic device that permits persons with impaired verbal and physical ability to communicate through graphic or symbolic light-emitting diode (LED) displays, printed messages, or synthetic speech.
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The InterActive Communicator system incorporates state of the art "green PC" technology which is designed to be left on 24 hours a day.
The way physician executives communicate in influence situations was measured by using Norton's short form of the Communicator Style Measure (CSM-S).
1,388 communicators from around the world gathered to better understand the trends and issues facing them.
The DS series of satellite subscriber communicators are the result of a joint engineering and manufacturing effort between Stellar and Delphi Electronics and Safety, which continues to produce reliable and cost effective products for the ORBCOMM market.
Only then will the communicator truly be prepared for her or his professional role in the 21st century.
When advocating for a corporate responsibility program internally, Mitchell advised his fellow communicators to use the word "investment," not "cost.
Sometimes as communicators we try too hard to come up with new ways to facilitate executive/employee communication, when so often the simple approach works best.
I tried Media Center Communicator at the Intel Solutions Summit and was amazed by how well it worked," said Jas Batra, Intel Solutions Summit attendee.
I don't think of myself as a photographer, I think of myself as a visual communicator.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Pegge Bogle, of Houston-based Pierpont Communications, has earned the Accredited Business Communicator (ABC) designation by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).

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