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Ants use chemical signals to impart information to each other. This can be information is generally about food or predators. When you see them following each other they are following a chemical trail not the ants in front of them.
Narrate, describe, tell, relate, report, outline, relay, impart.
No. The process of selecting cc numbers is governed by the American National Standard Institute and the International Standard Institute. They do not make the information public. One part of the process is the Luhn Algorithm, which is way to complicated to impart and for most laypersons to comprehend.
It seems unlikely that a tetrahedron based die would be fair. Since it is a four sided shape, with each face being a triangle, there would not be a large tendency to roll once it lands on a particular face, as the friction required to impart the necessary torque is not assured. (This is an opinion - if anyone has better information, please feel free to refine this answer.)
You cannot, the units are incompatible. However a force of x kilojoules of energy will impart an acceleration on a mass of x km per sec.
impact means you have hit something or you heard the impact when she fell. impart would be the opposite
Language is the means by which we share information.
Graphs are a convenient way to impart information to some people, and graph paper simplifies the process of producing graphs.
In the broadest sense, gag writers attempt to produce humor and journalists attempt to publish information based on fact. And while a gag writer might produce information as an offshoot of his/her humor and a journalist might use humor to impart information, the job of a gagwriter is to be humorous, and the job of a journalist is to impart information based on fact.
it is the art and technique of using words effectively to impart information or ideas. it is the exchange of thoughts, messages or information as by speech, signals, writing, or behaviour.
The usual meaning of impart is to divulge knowledge to someone else. It can also be used, though less commonly, as meaning to bestow as in imparting a shiny surface on a table.
To impart knowledge, I'm answering your question.Verne has endeavored to impart only what is known to exist.Our history professor tried to impart some of his wisdom to us.
No, they would impart very different flavors.
"Impart your wisdom to me, O wise one."
Unfortunately, a serial number ALONE does not impart any information. H&A made rifles, shotguns and handguns. The company closed in 1916.
If the movie has anything to impart, it's that parents shouldn't aim for perfection.