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non·ver·bal

(non-ver'bĕl),
Denoting communication without words, for example, by signs, symbols, facial expressions, gestures, posture.

nonverbal

(nŏn-vûr′bəl)
adj.
Involving little or no use of words: a nonverbal intelligence test.
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We communicate nonverbally with our bodies, facial expressions, and attire.
When sexual issues were discussed, in 2% of visits, the physician spoke about sexual issues without attempting to engage the adolescent, and in another 2%, the physician spoke and the adolescent responded nonverbally. In 17%, adolescents made a mean of two yes or no responses.
LEVEL 1: Communicate nonverbally. Remember how Bridges silently gestured with her hand to let Tobin know which students weren't paying attention?
Just as kids act out, employees who display bad attitudes, sloppy work or poor attendance are nonverbally conveying the message that they want your attention.
Students were taught to understand emotions, including verbal and nonverbal feelings, through an interactive exercise in which one student was asked to leave the room, while all other students selected one emotion that could be expressed nonverbally, such as anger, fear, anxiety, or happiness.
In addition to understanding temperament styles, you must recognize the importance of nonverbal communication and learn to "listen with your eyes." It might surprise you to know that 70 percent of our face-to-face interactions with other people are perceived nonverbally. In fact, studies show that body language not only has a much greater communication impact but also is far more reliable than the spoken word.
Show interest nonverbally, do not include your own issues and be sure to review critical information.
* How to communicate nonverbally while using SCSR (both to co-workers underground and to outside persons)
Individuals verbally announce their intention to run or posters/ billboards announce nonverbally that election time has begun.
Even before she's gutted her first anchovy in the restaurant kitchen of her strict and oft-silent Nipponese master, the protag's pretty much lost in translation, though sophomore scribe-helmer Threes Anna knows how to render emotions nonverbally, as telling visuals and sound.
According to Egyptian law: "Everyone who molests a female, whether verbally or nonverbally, in a way that offends her modesty in a public road or in a much-frequented place is to be punished by a term of imprisonment and a fine or with either of these two punishments."
"Art can be a means of communication which nonverbally imparts an image or sound which takes us on an imaginary journey with the artist into feelings, experiences and perceptions.