interlocutor

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interlocutor

in Scots court practice, an order of the court.
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The pro-freedom groups have refused to talk to the interlocutor, saying the Indian government does not recognise Kashmir as a dispute.
Mathews hopes that this harmonious event is a positive omen for the Indian government's newly appointed interlocutor for Jammu and Kashmir, Dineshwar Sharma, a former director of India's Intelligence Bureau.
Can he really be treated as the master interlocutor or will the four nations have to deal with several Taliban interlocutors?
The UN envoy updated his interlocutors on preparations for the upcoming Geneva talks on Syria.
The period for approval should be no more than four days, the interlocutors said.
Addressing ambassadors on Wednesday, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an said: "We expect you to tell the truth to your interlocutors [abroad] and to exert more efforts to foil this treacherous campaign that is targeting the whole of Turkey.
In this case, the interviewers have the duty to do their best to overcome that reluctance and get the proposed answers from their interlocutors, otherwise the interview at large would be a flop.
And she recognizes that there is a 'complex psycho-dynamics' (4) at work in Socrates' treatment of his interlocutors.
In individualistic low-context cultures private life is separated from the other life spheres, thus the interlocutors do not know much about each other and for communication they need detailed information (Hall 1976, Hall and Hall 1990:6-7).
In particular, he endeavors to provide an intellectual justification for Christian interlocutors to engage in dialogue with other traditions without having to compromise Christ's ascendancy within their own tradition.
This paper presents a rationale and a conceptual framework for a wider research project dealing with mathematical communication, and in particular with actions performed by interlocutors whenever they wish to clarify their use of a symbol, a word or an expression.