Definitions for "Articulation"
The utterance of the elementary sounds of a language by the appropriate movements of the organs, as in pronunciation; as, a distinct articulation.
A sound made by the vocal organs; an articulate utterance or an elementary sound, esp. a consonant.
ar-tick-you-LAY-shun Ability to produce (enunciate) speech clearly and distinctly.
Keywords:  movable, obn, joint, skeleton, bone
A joint or juncture between bones in the skeleton.
The connection of the parts of a plant by joints, as in pods.
One of the nodes or joints, as in cane and maize.
An agreement that guarantees transfer of credits from a two-year or four-year college to a four-year college in the same state. Students should always check in advance to see if their credits will transfer.
The mechanism that enables students to proceed from one course to another sometimes, but not necessarily, with credit
The process of determining the transfer and applicability of courses from one institution of higher education to another.
Keywords:  staccato, legato, manner, decay, tongue
The manner in which adjacent notes of a melody are connected or separated.
In performance, the characteristics of attack and decay of tones and the manner and extent to which tones in sequence are connected or disconnected.
the shape or manner in which things come together and a connection is made
Keywords:  axle, traction, obstacle, tire, terrain
The ability of one axle to move - left wheel up, right wheel down or vice versa - relative to the chassis or its fellow axle. It is a measure of the ease with which wheels can stay in contact with the ground - and thus retain traction - on very 'twisty' off-road terrain.
Vertical movement of either axle of a tandem relative to the other.
the extent of movement between one tire and the other on the same axle
Educational term generally referring to the coordination and continuity of curriculum from grade to grade and from school to school.
seamless transition from one level to the next.
aligning the curriculum throughout the levels of instruction to provide smooth transitions along the language learning continuum.
In sociology, articulation labels the process by which particular classes appropriate cultural forms and practices for their own use. The term appears to have originated from the work of Antonio Gramsci, specifically from his conception of superstructure. Mouffe (1979), Hall (1981), and others have adopted or used it.
1) Clarity and intelligibility, usually of voice reproduction. 2) The reproduction of inner detail in complex sounds, which makes it easy to follow an individual musical voice among many.
Refers to the clarity and detail of a recording.
As commonly used to describe recordings, articulation refers to the clarity and inner detail of the assorted instruments of a recorded ensemble. Regarding hardware, it refers to the ability to delineate the material on recordings.
Keywords:  poseable, galoob, biz, elbow, ankle
The way in which an action figure bends and moves its limbs. Traditionally, figures are "articulated" at the arms, legs and neck, Many current figures have waist, knee, elbow, ankle, and wrist articulation. Toy Biz's Super Poseable Spider-Man has tons of articulation, while Galoob's Men in Black figures have limited articulation, substituting action features instead.
Detailed emphasis on effective phrase shaping – similar to the effect of punctuation for writing or speaking.
The degree of modelling of a façade or roofscape which results in an orchestration of depth and shade by the plasticity of the surfaces or by detailed elements, such as windows, sills or cornices.
Artificial (or Automated) Double Tracking or ADT) ASCAP
Keywords:  sled, rear, steering, hinging, front
Method of connecting front and rear sections of the machine together to provide a steering action by hinging left or right.
A term meaning that the front of the sled can rotate independently from the rear.
Keywords:  heterogeneity, potassium
Heterogeneity Potassium
Keywords:  hasn't, defined, term
This term hasn't been defined yet
The interrelationships among the financial statements.
the sharing of one bogie by adjacent ends of two vehicles.
The process of connecting two or more qualifications (which are often at different levels) in order to establish clearly defined linkages that provide agreed and consistent levels of credit and enable individuals to progress from one qualification to the next.
To articulate is 'to divide into meaningful parts'. In architecture, this is a way of expressing the small parts that make up a large building so that it may be understood, in particular, in its relationship to the human body.
Objects composed of several parts that are separably moveable.
the process in which people form themselves into a society for action
Keywords:  joining, motion, things, way, act
the act of joining things in such a way that motion is possible