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interlocutor

in Scots court practice, an order of the court.
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Communicate faster than ever: just let the phone ring one time and your interlocutor will know why you called without picking up the phone ("I'm calling to say I'm coming home").
Ansari, who was appointed by New Delhi as one of the interlocutors after the massive civil protest in 2010, in a statement in New Delhi said that the groups in army establishment have apprehensions about these foreign agencies.
In response, Tharoor denied that aACAyinterlocutor' meant aACAymediator', and tweeted an explanation, saying, "an interlocutor is someone you speak to.
Taraf daily columnist Murat Belge wrote a piece on Tuesday titled "Is the interlocutor Davutoy-lu?
Having carefully laid out the argument about justice and tyranny while highlighting the increasingly inflammatory effects of the elenchus on the devolving cast of interlocutors, Tarnopolsky then offers her interpretation of the myth at the end of the dialogue.
Speaking at a joint press conference with the President of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Dervis Eroglu in Lefkosa, Erdogan said that Turkey would never consider the Greek Cypriot administration an interlocutor and sit at the table with them.
Gestures along with the linguistic element, which is the direct question used by the son, can reinforce the intentions and expectations of the interlocutor according to the interlocutor's response (GOFFMAN, 2002).
Sobrero, 1993; Sensini, 1997) as offering three options when addressing one interlocutor, and two options when addressing two or more interlocutors, as summarised in Table 1, below.
So it is fundamental to have a very good question prepared for the start of the interview, preferably a precise and challenging one, a question which matches the concerns and the temperament of your interlocutor.
The speaker is responsible for imparting the message clearly so that the interlocutor could easily decode it (Ting-Toomey 1999:101, 209).
The designated cultural rememberer or collector is thus presented as equivalent both to the absent interlocutor or stranded companion, and to the public fool whose storytelling blends salutary mockery with gleeful revenge.
His interlocutor in this effort was Jaswant Singh, then India's foreign minister, and in the end, Talbott acknowledges, "Jaswant Singh came closer to achieving his objective than I did to achieving mine.