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interlocutor

in Scots court practice, an order of the court.
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Given the fact that disturbance of public order can range from minor to major acts, the detention period should range from one week for minor offences to one month for major offences but no longer, the interlocutors said.
ISLAMABAD -- Former Indian interlocutor on Kashmir and Chief Information Commissioner, MM Ansari, has said that Indian army establishment did not want international agencies to supply aid to flood victims in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK).
Moreover, the interlocutors discussed the state of preparation of a legislative proposition of the EU to prolong by the end of 2015 the effect of the autonomous trade preference regime for Ukraine s origin goods and also steps to provide additional support of Ukrainian export potential by the EU.
Other interlocutors like Tahir Elci, the new president of the Diyarbakyr bar, or E[currency]eyda Bucak, the president of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) confirm this approach.
The US interlocutors assured us to actively consider the request," a top Indian official, who participated in the meeting, told PTI.
Safadi also briefed his interlocutors on the outcome of his recent visit to the US, describibg it as "successful and positive.
On May 24, 2012, the final report - 'A New Compact with The People of Jammu and Kashmir' of the Group of Interlocutors for Jammu and Kashmir was released.
Tarnopolsky sees the devolving argument, which exposes the interlocutors' increasingly tyrannical impulses, as being elicited by the elenchus, a perhaps predictable response to the pain and humiliation to which the interlocutors were subjected.
Towards that goal, we would be prepared in certain circumstances to have another interaction with North Korean interlocutors, but it has to be in the context of a return to the six-party talks,'' he added.
Beyond the linguistic elements needed for language use, the extralinguistic levels of contexts, namely context of culture and of situation, offer guidelines for the interlocutors to perceive and shape context accordingly through their verbal and non-verbal behavior.
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.
We are not going to reject the interlocutors who appear, otherwise there will be no more interlocutors," he told reporters at the parliament.