create verbally

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v create verbally create with or from words
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Usage


In news:

Although, that decision HAS created something of a verbal revolutionary war.
The buzz created by running back Savon Huggins' verbal commitment didn't last long for Rutgers.
AN ADULT MALE WAS ISSUED A CITATION FOR CREATING A NUISANCE AFTER OFFICERS RESPONDED TO HIS RESIDENCE FOR A LOUD PARTY OFFICERS RESPONDED TO THIS RESIDENCE PREVIOUSLY AND HAD ISSUED A VERBAL WARNING.
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In science:

It eliminates any ambiguity created by a verbal description, and it is a compact format that can run on any system independent of software implementation, so parameters and rules are easily modiļ¬ed for further simulations.
A Mathematical Framework for Agent Based Models of Complex Biological Networks
While existing theoretical models and mathematical calculations cover a certain range of phenomena, verbal arguments and plausible stories prevail in many other areas, creating the need for more theoretical efforts.
Biological Evolution and Statistical Physics
Most basic means of sharing knowledge is articulation of knowledge by the knower. Even in absence of any technology, this can be achieved through verbal means and/or gestures. Use of technology to create the record of articulated knowledge, captures the articulated knowledge as information.
A theoretical foundation for building Knowledge-work Support Systems
The sentences were created by the authors to exhibit at least a degree of ambiguity when it came to attaching a post-verbal phrase as an adjunct or a complement.
Parsing with Principles and Probabilities
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