- a not consisting of segments that are held together by joints
- s uttered without the use of normal words or syllables
- But those reasons have largely gone unarticulated as Bush falls back on maxims about the need to confront terrorism, as if Hizballah and Hamas are likely to be behind the next .
- There were unarticulated class antagonisms at work -- many of the demonstrators being children of comparative affluence, the police coming from the city's blue-collar and ethnic .
- Such a ritual transfer of the championship can touch deep, unarticulated feelings.
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- Russian lawmakers back harsh regulation of bloggers
Opponents of the law say it is so vaguely worded that it could be used to target any of the social networking sites and blogs that make up Russia's most vibrant forum for opposition political debate. "We are scared by the number of unarticulated points in the law and the lack of clear and transparent rules of the game," warned the general director of Russia's top social network VKontakte, Boris ...
April 29, 2014 - AFP via Yahoo! News
- AG Lafley in Forbes
We're trying and using a lot more immersion techniques ...... so we really can understand what they do, not just what they say: what their unarticulated needs are, not just their articulated needs,Lafley explained.
- Peggy Noonan in Intellectual Conservative
Ms. Noonan begins her column with the eye-opening observation that "a lot of people are carrying around in their heads, unarticulated and even in some cases unnoticed, a sense that the wheels are coming off the trolley and the trolley off the...
- David Meltzer in New West
Of the Beat Generation poet David Meltzer writes this: "Bound by birth to an earlier, book-centered tradition, they took the immediate world as their iconic text and, through their art and lives, were often consciously aware of an unarticulated...