articulator :

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  • n  someone who pronounces words
  • n  a movable speech organ

  • In a 1986 interview with National Journal, Gingrich spoke of Reagan as a sort of John the Baptist figure, "the brilliant articulator of a vision that will take a generation to sort .
  • With 2002's tribute album The Rising, Springsteen became the mainstream's Maya Angelou of 911: the event's unofficial poet laureate, the articulator of the most heartfeltand .
  • He is a smooth performer in public and a skillful articulator of the Kremlin line.

  • Joseph Stiglitz in San Francisco Chronicle
    He was the best articulator of a set of ideas,Stiglitz said, now at Columbia University. "But they happen to be wrong ideas."
  • Jon S Corzine in USA Today
    The heart of the economic issues is being played out in many of these Southern states, and we think that John Kerry is a formidable articulator of the Democratic message with regard to economics,said Sen. Jon Corzine of New Jersey, chairman...

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