(n.) A joint or juncture between bones in the skeleton.
(n.) The connection of the parts of a plant by joints, as in pods.
(n.) One of the nodes or joints, as in cane and maize.
(n.) One of the parts intercepted between the joints; also, a subdivision into parts at regular or irregular intervals as a result of serial intermission in growth, as in the cane, grasses, etc.
(n.) The act of putting together with a joint or joints; any meeting of parts in a joint.
(n.) The state of being jointed; connection of parts.
(n.) The utterance of the elementary sounds of a language by the appropriate movements of the organs, as in pronunciation; as, a distinct articulation.
(n.) A sound made by the vocal organs; an articulate utterance or an elementary sound, esp. a consonant.
(1) Its articulation with content and process, the teaching strategies and learning outcomes for both students and faculty are discussed.
(2) In case of isolated damage of deep flexor tendon of the II-V fingers at the level of the I zone there were made palliative operations of 12 fingers: tenodesis and arthrodesis of distal interphalangeal articulation in functionally advantageous position.
(3) In his notorious 1835 Minute on Education , Lord Macaulay articulated the classic reason for teaching English, but only to a small minority of Indians: “We must do our best to form a class who may be interpreters between us and the millions whom we govern; a class of persons, Indians in blood and colour, but English in taste, in opinions, in morals and in intellect.” The language was taught to a few to serve as intermediaries between the rulers and the ruled.
(4) A more current view of science, the Probabilistic paradigm, encourages more complex models, which can be articulated as the more flexible maxims used with insight by the wise clinician.
(5) But she has struggled – quite awkwardly – to articulate her evolution on same-sex marriage, and has left environmental activists wondering what her exact energy policy is.
(6) With the new federalism, nutritionists must articulate their role in comprehensive health care and market their services at the state and local levels in addition to the federal level.
(7) Articulation tests for sound fields simulated with a single reflection of delay time delta t1 after the direct sound were conducted changing the horizontal incident angle xi of the reflection.
(8) Children in the first group were provided training by their parents that was intended to focus the child's attention on consonants in syllables or words and to teach discrimination between correctly and incorrectly articulated consonants.
(9) During walking, all components of sacroiliac articulation and the symphysis pubis are apparently subjected to sudden changes in stress.
(10) An artificial joint that articulates with full fluid film lubrication could greatly reduce wear and frictional torque and hence reduce the incidence of loosening and inflammatory tissue reaction.
(11) The articulation of these two subsystems is brought about in the process of diagnosis.
(12) The persona that emerged during day two of Breivik's 10-week trial was a rambling, repetitive obsessive, fixated on a threat he never truly managed to articulate, but which involved "cultural Marxists", whom he claimed had destroyed Norway by using it as "a dumping ground for the surplus births of the third world".
(13) Each clinician completed a standard articulation inventory based on a video-tape presentation and then rated the child's articulation on a nine-point scale.
(14) The results of this study show that myofunctional therapy is highly instrumental also in phoniatrics as a special form of treatment for disorders of articulation.
(15) Both lower limbs were abnormal: the left had a single slender long bone articulating with the foot, which was markedly dorsiflexed and had only 2 toes; on the right the femur was angulated, the fibula was absent, and only 4 metatarsals were present with 4 toes.
(16) In the region of sacroiliac articulation are the highest subchondral densities, both at the cranial and caudal edges, whereas the central part of the two auricular surfaces is less heavily mineralized.
(17) Two reading passages, one with nasal consonants and one without, were tape-recorded for 72 subjects: 34 selected as having precise articulation and 38 selected as having imprecise articulation.
(18) But Pussy Riot were the first, perhaps because they had aimed and articulated their protest so well.
(19) "What we're disappointed about is government hasn't held on to articulating clearly the links and opportunities of care for the environment and economic success and development."
(20) Where knowledge is insufficient to permit articulation of absolute standards, guidelines for its clinical use are presented.
(n.) Mutual or reciprocal relation; correlation.
(1) Regressional analysis of relations between loads and the level of inbreeding in the Adyg population showed the explicit interrelation between the load of autosomal-dominant diseases and the Fst correlation coefficient being 0.89.
(2) However, it should be stressed that none of these mechanisms is mutually exclusive; indeed, the enormous complexity of tumor promotion suggests that several of the mechanisms discussed above may very well be interrelated.
(3) The data collected by several approaches reveal that assembly and maturation of vaccinia involves a tightly coupled sequence of interrelated events including the assembly of the envelope, post-translational cleavage of several virion polypeptides, and induction of the core enzymes.
(4) One hundred and twenty five patients with non-specific lung diseases were exa mined with a view to the relation and interrelations between lung ventilation, acid base equilibrium and lipopectic lung function.
(5) The article reviews practical aspects of tissue fixation and embedding protocols as well as methodologic aspects of the protein A-gold technique; careful control of these interrelated factors is the prerequisite for successful application.
(6) Experimental infection with isolated strains of a similar plasmid profile is simulated, interrelation between the presence of plasmids and ability of the strain to induce generalized Klebsiella infection is shown.
(7) These results confirmed our general hypothesis on the dynamic interrelation between membrane lipids and membrane protein receptors, and they indicate that the widely accepted term "membrane fluidity" requires better consideration for different membrane components.
(8) The complex immunological relationships between schistosomes and their vertebrate hosts are considered to be conveniently divisible into four distinct, though interrelated categories: the parasite's vulnerability to, its evasion of, and its exploitation of the host's immune response, and its stimulation of the host's immune response to produce immunopathology.
(9) Both phenomena are interrelated: disintegration of systems releases its component functional structures from inhibition, and the uncontrolled activity of the disinhibited (hyperactive) functional structures leads further disintegration.
(10) The development of a child affected by prenatal exposure to drugs and alcohol is best understood through a multifactorial model consisting of interrelated prenatal and postnatal factors.
(11) These theories are considered and formulated in interrelated contexts of force, excitation, time, organization, and adaptation.
(12) Assessment of the interrelations among physical activity, diet, and colon cancer suggests that physical activity modifies colon cancer risk associated with diet.
(13) It is known that many of the circulatory variables are interrelated and that some are clearly related to other circadian rhythms.
(14) However, in spite of these similarities, they differentially stimulate estrogenic responses that were previously thought to be interrelated and obligatory for full estrogenic action.
(15) The presumed interrelation between early rearing conditions and the neurobiological status of the infant that might lead to increased risk for despair is not understood.
(16) The rise in frontal DP levels and decrease in late VEP components were interrelated in AD patients.
(17) Studies in which B27 was found more frequently in each of these groups confirm the interrelation and suggest a genetic predisposition with a gene related to B27.
(18) Interrelations between organic, psychogenic and functional disorders are under discussion.
(19) Consistent with theory, the components of defensiveness were interrelated.
(20) A definite inverse interrelation between the brain and the kidney renin-angiotensin systems was established.