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Stumbling into the top table room with the aforementioned Mr Newbon, who was joining other VIPs for a formal discourse on the day's events alongside the Shandong Yongtai bosses, father and son You Xuezhong and You Xiaoming, I was swiftly ushered into the ladies' party next door, where the wives of the two Yous, other Yongtai folk plus a few Covpress guys, were in evidence.
The author argues that the central motif of such narratives is decline, both on the content/story level and on the formal discourse level, and that the narratives make use of psychological, narrative, and formal fragmentation.
While rhetoric about India as a world power, "India risen", or "India indispensable", is fine, and perhaps part of any formal discourse that comes with a state visit, the actuality of the US policy towards India is that it is a hedge against its China relations turning sour, an insurance policy for the future.
Visitors at the inaugural Arabic festival said they appreciated the effort in a country where French and English often push out Arabic, whether in formal discourse, or informal conversations and communication.
Our publisher told us of a guy named Jim McNeill who had amazing tessellations available online, so Pam began a rather formal discourse with Jim (the Internet was still in its early stages
The seemingly limitless fodder for formal discourse produced by his practice seems likely to make Furnas something of poster boy for the next installment of the "Whither painting?
Development of a formal discourse to allow advocates to participate in the parliamentary debate on the modifications of the Domestic Violence Law.
The seeming contradictions in these positions are glossed as alternative paradigms which are utilised contextually - the hegemonic view of male potency is likely to be stressed in formal discourse, while their lack of self-control is highlighted in casual discourse.
However, in spite of these precarious bodily carvings, the extant formal discourses of the city are oblivious to the ontological presence of the Black Other, in the form of these school-going children.

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