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Of or relating to a joint or joints: the articular surfaces of bones.

[Middle English articuler, from Latin articulāris, from articulus, small joint; see article.]

ar·tic′u·lar·ly adv.
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Burns added: "I am articularly proud of my group of teenagers who take great pride in looking after the younger students, coaching them during the week and on a Saturday morning - then supporting them as they take their first tentative steps on to the mats when they begin competing.
Beer production is up, exports are up, direct employment remains steady and the sector continues contribute enormously to the exchequer, articularly through excise.
The latter critiques this view, articularly from a feminist perspective and draws attention to the lack of definition of "healthy sexuality" in these discussions as well as the lack of any attention to power relations, particularly in patriarchal societies.
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Citizens are targeted by the plan which is part of Guyana s wider Low Carbon Development Strategy, articularly those in Amerindian villages that are too far from the electrical grid to receive power through traditional means.
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This may be articularly true if good governance is defined as stability or efficiency, rather than profit maximisation.