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CONVERSANT. One who is in the habit of being in a particular place, is said to be conversant there. Barnes, 162.

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Hence together with Verimatrix MultiRights OTT, Conversant is even more confident of addressing the OTT ecosystem in the digital media industry with SwiftDRM.
On December 10, 2014, Conversant merged with and into the merger sub, with the sub continuing as the surviving entity and a direct wholly-owned subsidiary of Alliance Data.
Potatohead[R] doll to a conversant and then requesting it back again.
For senior citizens, for example, there is no alternative to: learning the language, involving a friend or a child or other family member conversant with the language or paying for translation.
Although there may be evidence that the author of the Third Gospel is conversant with medical knowledge contained in the CH and elsewhere, there is a way in which Luke differs significantly from the medical perspectives of the CH.
It's time for Catholic school educators to shelve the jingoism and begin ensuring that our children are conversant in Catholic social teaching.
Drawing heavily from the British experience, Dominelli attempts to enables us to understand the contemporary context of social work practice so that we are fully conversant with the all too familiar changes we encounter on a daily basis.
To ensure that tax executives and their staffs are fully conversant with the latest interpretation of FAS 109--and what it means for their companies--TEI will hold a two-day seminar on Financial Reporting for Tax Executives in September at the Chicago Hyatt O'Hare.
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Because it is thoroughly conversant in the broad range of investment criteria these investors seek, it can immediately make the appropriate pairing for a recapitalization or acquisition.
Indeed, if a viewer hasn't been raised Christian or isn't otherwise conversant with the material, she or he simply won't understand what's going on.
Fully conversant with developments subsequent to the original publication of his work, Tournon generously praises advances made in the area of Montaigne's additions to the Essais and reinscribes his revised edition firmly within current contemporary criticism on Montaigne.