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interlocutor

in Scots court practice, an order of the court.
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In this theoretical light, identity refers to the belonging and to the organization of the self as a way of construction based on the dialogical relations in an interlocution game, where the other participates in positions that organize the way of being and acting, the way how we get organized to ourselves, to the others, and how the other works to the self (Bakhtin, 2014).
In short, the ideology of Pan-Africanism and African Renaissance can emancipate Africa to become a powerful force in a globalized economy which dissects the conceptualization of economic globalization and corporate globalization, and established a point of interlocution and divergence in a bid to situate its applicability in a globalized economy.
The author nicely sets the scene for his interviewees and then lets them tell their own story with minimal interlocution. Crisply edited with the support of famed aviation writer Eric Hammel, the briskly flowing text keeps the spotlight on the subjects and engages the reader from the outset.
The voices of teachers of English, teacher educators, researchers, and future teachers have a natural channel of interlocution with us.
So go the conversations usually taking place between the husbands and wives in Chekhov's texts, a mode of interlocution known as phatic speech, which according to one recent study, is "a major linguistic feature found in Chekhov's prose" (Stepanov 97).
Benhabib has masterfully formulated: 'To be and to become a self is to insert oneself into webs of interlocution' [3].
The term "homily", which we will consider the synonym of "preach" (Christian lecture), comes from the Eline language having an initial meaning of gathering, reunion, link or conversation, dialogue, interlocution, group or crowd discussion.
In agreement with this precept, the mixture and interlocution of different aspects generates a new information that, through the passing and movement, like the cadence of a samba, allows the changes and exchanges to take place and remain active and constant in a social context.