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Others at the colloquy warned their fellow Protestants that emphasizing the Real Presence of the Body and Blood and the words of Consecration would undermine the priority of faith over works, make the church--rather than Christ--the agent of salvation, and encourage precisely the kind of superstition the Reformation sought to end.
In the bulk of the colloquy, Misoponus explains how, while down on his luck, he had run into an old acquaintance who made a bargain with him: in exchange for a few drinks, the friend would teach him the tricks of alchemy.
Coleridge's "disjunctive rhetoric" and "rifted dialogue" in the Rime, rather than what Macovski sees as Wordsworth's greater success at poetic colloquy, are assumed to be "paradigmatic" for the Romantic tradition and are elaborated upon in the three novels.
The Colloquy was probably compiled from older sources and oral tradition by a single author in about 1200.
4) Does it matter whether the colloquy occurs as part of a public forum or in a private sidebar conversation at the luncheon dais (or in a private conversation before or after a public address)?
Among the titles are The Generous Lover, The English Spanish Girl, The Power of Blood, The Jealous Old Man from Extremadura, The Two Damsels, and The Dogs' Colloquy.
The Florida Bar's Traffic Court Rules Committee (Rules Committee) and the Traffic Court Rules Committee of the Conference of County Court Judges of Florida (Conference) have submitted to the Florida Supreme Court an out-of-cycle report addressing whether the Florida Rules of Traffic Court should be amended to include a model colloquy that informs a defendant of his or her right not to provide testimony that may incriminate him or her in a pending or potential criminal case.
In some cases, in fact, consumers in emerging markets trust foreign brands more than domestic brands, according to the study, which was conducted by Colloquy, a research and publishing firm specializing in loyalty marketing programs.
Nascency allows debate over how neuroscience applies to marketing, and Kelly Hlavinka, a partner at loyalty-marketing firm Colloquy, says factions aren't helping matters.