non-verbal communication


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non-verbal communication

Transmission of information from person to person without the use of words, as by gesture, bodily attitude, expression, exclamation, and so on.
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By partnering with Baby Einstein, we knew we could bring to life the idea of non-verbal communication to many parents and children.
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The Association of Image Consultants International (AICI) is a world-wide non-profit professional association of women and men specializing in visual appearance, verbal and non-verbal communication.
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