Rather than trust to a verbal description
of the place, which might mislead, Eugene (with a less weighty sense of personal trouble on him than he usually had) would go out with Mr Inspector, note the spot, and come back.
In as little time as it takes to tell it, the small servant had the address in pencil on a piece of paper; a verbal description
of father and son, which would enable her to recognise either, without difficulty; and a special caution to be shy of Mr Chuckster, in consequence of that gentleman's known antipathy to Kit.
Everyone agrees that music communicates something but just what that is seems beyond verbal description
Team spokesman Graham O'Hanlon said the verbal description
of their position did not match the map so the SARLOC system was used to establish an accurate position.
He replies impatiently that he has no time to read it, and instead wants you to give him a verbal description
of where things stand.
The material could be used by university students, managers, and general readers looking for an alternative to verbal description
for understanding how an organization works.
Hawass recounts the story behind each piece, including a detailed verbal description
to complement the photographs, translations of any inscriptions, where the statue was discovered, efforts to date the state, and historical and cultural insights into the statue's pose.
A numeric heart rate is displayed, along with a verbal description
of the rhythm, hopefully saying "normal.
Instead, it provides a verbal description
of physical space and what it contains--the same information that is visually observable in the environment and on maps, street signs, and signage on buildings.
Police waited until Friday to release information about the incident because the boys' verbal description
of the attacker was fairly generic, and it took time to produce the sketch and gain the boys' confirmation that the drawing accurately depicts the man, Hall said.
Patients with terminal brain cancer who watched a brief video illustrating options for end-of-life care were significantly more likely to choose comfort measures only than were participants who only heard a verbal description
of treatment alternatives.
As the patient listens, Henry gives instructor Tracy D'Angelo a verbal description
of Twohey's oral health.