Recent Examples of communicative from the Web
But this eloquent and often beautiful disc of chamber works, featuring suave performances headed by violinist Xiao-Dong Wang and pianist Xak Bjerken, shows how communicative Stucky could be in a more intimate vein.
This was not the best of times, but a season of justified outrage, of mealy-mouthed apology, of communicative disarray.
Nanosatellites: Artificial satellites weighing less than 10 kilograms (about 22 pounds), sometimes deployed as part of a communicative swarm.
The dynamic this time was not dissimilar: Propaganda was deployed in order to supplement the communicative impact of Friday’s operation.
Milner,who also represents former Calumet Township trustee Mary Elgin, asked that Krieg be allowed to live at home on electronic monitoring and have no access to communicative devices.
Overall, airlines generally remained communicative with passengers, added flights when possible and loosened their regulations with change fee waivers and other incentives.
Denying terrorists communicative success is difficult to do, and requires much more than an effective policing or intelligence response.
As Hurricane Irma approached Florida, Carnival Cruise Line was especially communicative on Facebook, listing the status of each cruise that was supposed to depart Florida before and after the storm.
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