interlocutor

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interlocutor

in Scots court practice, an order of the court.
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This research paper is presented as a series of visual and textual interlocutions between an Inclusive Artist (Alice) (statements in italics), members of the contemporary arts group 'The Rockets' (interlocutions appear in pictures) and a Social and Cultural Geographer (Hannah) (plain text).
He has written widely on Africa, the African diaspora, and the interlocutions between them.
D'une facon generale, la multiplication des interjections et des interlocutions, l'enrichissement de la ponctuation (points de suspension, points d'exclamation) ou encore la prosodie de style oral de Michel Tremblay rehaussent les qualites expressives de la version originale.
Answers for these problems are proposed to be found, not in the in the debate of subjects merely academic, but especially in the confront with the interlocutions of other social agents and actors to, finally, renew and actualize our ideas and notions and then to overcome the true blackout of innovative and rebel ideas facing the consolidated.
As his players take Peregrine on a theatrical journey to the Antipodes which both instructs him in proper social behavior by presenting the opposite and leads him to his sexual union with Martha, his wife, the verisimilitude of his journey is aided by Byplay's skill in holding improvised 'interlocutions with the audients'.
Most evident of these interlocutions have been the discursive practices of the white and the postcolonial subject.