interlocution


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in·ter·lo·cu·tion

 (ĭn′tər-lō-kyo͞o′shən)
n.
Speech between two or more persons; conversation.

[Latin interlocūtiō, interlocūtiōn-, from interlocūtus, past participle of interloquī, to interrupt : inter-, inter- + loquī, to speak; see tolkw- in Indo-European roots.]

interlocution

(ˌɪntəlɒˈkjuːʃən)
n
conversation, discussion, or dialogue

in•ter•lo•cu•tion

(ˌɪn tər ləˈkyu ʃən)

n.
conversation; dialogue.
[1525–35; < Medieval Latin interlocūtiō parley, Latin: interlocutory decree, interruption =interlocū, variant s. of interloquī to speak between, interrupt (inter- inter- + loquī to speak)]
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A good continued speech, without a good speech of interlocution, shows slowness: and a good reply or second speech, without a good settled speech, showeth shallowness and weakness.
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Also, largely invisible to a Western mind are yin-yang forces that control the open-shut of several "unrelated themes" (Gentz, 2015) in Chu Long's interlocution with Dowager Queen Zhao.
It is known that this is not an exclusive difficulty of the municipality, it is also identified in other studies the inter-sectoral difficulties regarding the articulation with the care network, reference processes and against reference and interlocution of the professionals involved.
The other is collaborative decision making, where designated leaders still make the important calls, albeit based upon interlocution with others team members possessing relevant information.<br />Consensus is a more democratic and dynamic form of decision making.
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Interlocution with Marx's critique in the essay The Jewish Question (1844) which points out limits placed on bourgeois society and the restriction of rights in the field of political emancipation.
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