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Revisions lead to a seven-inch clay model being constructed, and a communicative back-and-forth goes on with BDA.
The handling is eminently predictable, the steering quick and communicative.
Absent the communicative features that invoke the First Amendment, Candy Lab has no First Amendment claim.
The steering is extremely quick, with a 10.9:1 ratio at the ends of its travel, and also wonderfully weighty and communicative.
In the case of conjoined twins, typically one of them is more organized and one is more communicative.
A compact, communicative defensive line helped them stave off RSL’s 12 shots on goal.
But the rich, communicative context available in face-to-face encounters is largely absent in a digital setting.
These operations are communicative acts and information weapons with which to buoy supporters’ morale and offset the ideological damage brought about by territorial loss and depleted leadership.
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