interlocutor

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interlocutor

in Scots court practice, an order of the court.
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He has written widely on Africa, the African diaspora, and the interlocutions between them.
But you, sir, are incorrigible, and Take license to yourself to add unto Your parts your own free fancy, and sometimes To alter or diminish what the writer With care and skill compos'd; and when you are To speak to your coactors in the scene, You hold interlocutions with the audients--(2.
Most evident of these interlocutions have been the discursive practices of the white and the postcolonial subject.
The second proposition, a cognitive one, states that because of their interactions and interlocutions in a given social context, individuals construct, in long-term memory, cognitive structures that allow them to organize their conception of others and construct themselves.
I know more about the section than any Tribune ad sales executive, Have I offered any editorial deals or hinted that I might alter content to make my interlocutions feel cozier?