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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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Welcome to the Army Communicator! It's good to be back!
CCA, too, is unique in both its membership--which ranges from members who work for utility and credit co-ops to those employed by farmer- and worker-owned cooperatives, among others--and in its mission, which is to be the ultimate resource for the development of professional communicators. Membership in CCA can also benefit anyone with a vested interest in cooperative values and principles.
IABC Canada has bestowed its highest honor, the Master Communicator Award, on John Larsen, ABC, from Calgary, Alberta.
Interested parties can take a short survey about credentialing public health communicators at http://credentialing.nphic.org.
Communicators range from simple to multi-functional, allowing users to begin with a suitably easy device and then gradually progress to a communicator with multiple options.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-26 August 2004-Danish nurses to use Nokia Communicator based MobileCare solution(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The current issue of IABC's magazine, Communication World, carries a striking, four-page, glued-in flyer promoting the newsletter, "The future of communication is in your hands." It's a colorful and very detailed promotion, complete with illustrations of many pages of the newsletter, testimonials, topics covered, "How will The Business Communicator help you work," a list of leading companies that already subscribe, and a $70 discount offer--US$275, UK[pounds sterling]175, euro295.
Worldwide Computer Products News-17 April 2002-F-Secure introduces security products for Nokia Communicators (C)1995-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
* Do technical communicators contribute to the overall effectiveness of a computer system from the developers' and users' perspectives?
But even this doesn't adequately explain our reasons for becoming communicators. At times it seems to border on the metaphysical, a call from our ancestors, a call from spirit.
By being attentive communicators, physician executives signal a willingness to provide responsive feedback to what their superiors and subordinates have to say during an influence attempt.

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