Inarticulated


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In`ar`tic´u`la`ted


a.1.Not articulated; not jointed or connected by a joint.
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Innovation can be viewed as the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, inarticulated needs, or existing market needs" - Wikipedia.
The relationship is largely inarticulated, but the monks use language as a means of persuasion: the younger monk "con lei entro in parole e tanto ando d'una in altra" ("entered in conversation with her, moving from one thing to another" 1.
She works with, not against, the limits of language as she sets out to explore the grey areas between words and what remains inarticulated.
Although the chapter focuses on "the inability to judge whether one encounters the real or a simulated image, original or replica, Self and the Other" (118) most of the cutting-edge postmodern theories (mask-theory, simulation, virtuality, avatars) remain more or less inarticulated.
Algae britannicae, or descriptions of the marine and other inarticulated plants of the British islands, belonging to the order Algae; with plates illustrative of the genera.