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According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern --CA-IC-. That is, eight letter words with 3rd letter C and 4th letter A and 6th letter I and 7th letter C. In alphabetical order, they are: vocalics
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 8 words with the pattern V-C-LI--. That is, eight letter words with 1st letter V and 3rd letter C and 5th letter L and 6th letter I. In alphabetical order, they are: vicelike vocalics vocalion vocalise vocalism vocalist vocality vocalize
Hindi Ito ay gumagamit ng salita,bagkus gumagamit ito ng mga kilos o gala ng ka tawgan upang I parting ang Mensah sa kausap Kinesika Ekspresyon ng mukha Galaw ng mata Vocalics Panama o paghawak Proksemika Chronemics
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 86 words with the pattern V--A----. That is, eight letter words with 1st letter V and 4th letter A. In alphabetical order, they are: vacances vacantly vacating vacation vacaturs vagabond vagaries vagarish vakasses valanced valances vanadate vanadium vanadous varactor vavasors vavasory vavasour vavassor vedalias veganism velamina velarise velarium velarize velatura venality venation venators veracity verandah verandas veratria veratrin veratrum vexation vexatory vicarage vicarate vicaress vicarial vicaries vilayets vinasses viraemia viraemic viragoes virandas virandos visagist vitalise vitalism vitalist vitality vitalize vitamers vitamine vitamins vitative vivacity vivaries vivarium vizament vizarded vocables vocalese vocalics vocalion vocalise vocalism vocalist vocality vocalize vocation vocative volantes volaries volatile voracity voragoes votaress votaries votarist voyagers voyageur voyaging
3-letter wordsvoe, von, vow, vox4-letter wordsvoes, void, vole, volt, vote, vows5-letter wordsvocal, voces, vodka, vodun, vogie, vogue, voice, voids, voila, voile, volar, voled, voles, volta, volte, volti, volts, volva, vomer, vomit, voted, voter, votes, vouch, vowed, vowel, vower6-letter wordsvocals, vodkas, vodoun, voduns, vogues, voiced, voicer, voices, voided, voider, voiles, volant, volery, voling, volley, volost, voltes, volume, volute, volvas, volvox, vomers, vomica, vomito, vomits, voodoo, vortex, votary, voters, voting, votive, vowels, vowers, vowing, voyage, voyeur7-letter wordsvocable, vocably, vocalic, vocally, vocoder, vodouns, voguish, voicers, voicing, voiders, voiding, volante, volcano, volleys, volosts, voltage, voltaic, voluble, volubly, volumed, volumes, voluted, volutes, volutin, volvate, volvuli, vomicae, vomited, vomiter, vomitos, vomitus, voodoos, vorlage, votable, votress, vouched, vouchee, voucher, vouches, vouvray, vowless, voyaged, voyager, voyages, voyeurs8-letter wordsvocables, vocalics, vocalise, vocalism, vocalist, vocality, vocalize, vocation, vocative, vocoders, voiceful, voidable, voidance, voidness, volatile, volcanic, volcanos, voleries, volitant, volition, volitive, volleyed, volleyer, volplane, voltages, voltaism, voluming, volutins, volution, volvoxes, volvulus, vomerine, vomiters, vomiting, vomitive, vomitory, vomitous, voodooed, voracity, vorlages, vortexes, vortical, vortices, votaress, votaries, votarist, voteable, voteless, votively, vouchees, vouchers, vouching, voussoir, vouvrays, vowelize, voyagers, voyageur, voyaging
Communication is: a dynamic process, emergent, containing unprecedented elements, a contingent sequence of events, interactional, interpersonal, intrapersonal, subjective narratization, called thought, within an environment of ever changing situations, conditions, creating shared meaning, succeeding in its stated aims, goals, or objectives, or, failing, if meaning is not created and shared —NOT communication— by shared codes, through a verbal system of symbols, and emblems that appear to be symbolic, with a wide vocabulary and semantic sensitivity, and through a less systematized system of nonverbal behaviors and self-expressive representations, including all of the vocalics that give speech its beauty of resonance and clarity, intentionally sent, transmitted with previous knowledge of idea, desire, and hoped-for outcomes, received as intentional, derived by another as the idea, desire, or hoped-for outcome of the sender or source, consciously sent and received, fully aware of —able to articulate— the ideas, desires and outcomes at the level of speaking them, and received by others with an awareness of the level of ability of the receiver to articulate what the sender desires, believes, thinks, or wants as an outcome, face to face, in person with at least one other present, baby, man, woman, or dog, and with the potential for feedback from another with the capability of returning by word or deed the intent of the communicator. Look at the internal system that exists to support communication adding to the total complexity of this human and humanizing phenomenon which everyone needs to appreciate. Internal System Overview The Internal, Subjective System WHEW! That's a lot to ask! Is it any wonder........... Great Oratory These are the conditions that elicit great oratory, according to the ancient philosophers of communication, and, I must add, that underlie eloquence, which I look for in speaking today. Is this too much to hope for? A consumation devoutly to be wished! An able person, melding passion, intellect and history, with the freedom to speak, a high moral purpose, confronting a great issue, in a situation that demands critical and bold decision, before an intelligent and educated audience capable of judging, and with an opponent of equal skill. Who, in your opinion, among our national leaders has qualified as a great orator, performing at that high level of competence? One late night comedian-host of a talk show has a comic segment showing great speeches in our history compared to the present incumbent (of October, 2008 and the past eight years). Why does it get laughs? The dramatic contrast! Apparently such oratorical arts and skills are not valued in United States society. GIVEN ALL THAT, ANYONE WHO HOPES TO SUCCEED AT COMMUNICATION NEEDS AND SHOULD WANT TO STUDY THE ARTS AND SCIENCES OF COMMUNICATION, AND ENGAGE IN PRACTICAL EXPERIENCES TO PREPARE FOR THE WORLD STAGE. Could we say that, given its complexity and without concentrated study and practice under critical feedback, that communication, especially in the most crucial contexts, is likely to fail?