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Jaye Grant and Lo Rene have conversationally addressed areas that beginning artists and songwriters often ignore.
During the interview, speak naturally, conversationally, without jargon, acronyms, technical terms or alphabet soup, just as though you're talking to your mother or someone who doesn't know a thing about what you do.
We can point to it, feel it, and even refer to it conversationally, but we cannot definitively inscribe it in our languages.
They say they work on ideas that are "culturally, socially and politically observational and conversationally urgent.
Instead, viewers get a ringside view as David and his celebrity sparring partners take part in some one-on-one boxing training and banter, pulling no punches both in the ring and conversationally.
The researchers suggest that the happy life is social and conversationally deep rather than solitary and superficial.
In my view The Devil and Kate is a perfect jewel of an opera, which is waiting to be liberated from the clutches of morning school or afternoon family performances; it is a gem with literary and musical qualities that were already noticed by the critics when it was first presented, a work that is exceptionally tightly constructed, terse and conversationally snappy like few others, and abridgments and alterations should be considered criminal.
Such scholarship, however, is often introduced conversationally.
The narrator, Karen Wild, spoke conversationally as she moved around the stage.
Although Brutus had also studied and taught Afrikaans, the first poetry he wrote was firmly English in language, style, and form--"For a Dead African," for instance, consists of three four-line stanzas, with an abab rhyme-scheme and a conversationally inflected iambic pentameter reminiscent of Robert Browning, another of the young Brutus's poetic models.
Once you can use it conversationally, it will be easy to use in an interesting way during an appointment.
These findings suggest that the happy life is social and conversationally deep, rather than solitary and superficial.