colloquy

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colloquy

1. a literary work in dialogue form
2. an informal conference on religious or theological matters
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continues to provide guidance to courts in executing colloquies and
The idea of using plea colloquies to "cure" Padilla
The question these plea colloquies raise is what, if any, effect
mandate, the concern that courts will find plea colloquies sufficient to
espousing the strong view that colloquies cure the Sixth Amendment
169) Second, the Court did address plea colloquies and did not
Examples from the Colloquies and other works illustrate each of the above categories.
He mocks the title "Magister Noster," a prerogative of doctors in theology, in two colloquies (ASD, 1, 3: 229, lines 83-84; 397, 289-90) and in his praise of folly (ASD, 4, 3:158, lines 521-23).
Another notable word in the Colloquies is "halbardacha," halberd (Cyclops, 1529; 604, line 23; 608, 172).
We will now examine other notable words and puns in the Colloquies and explore their context.
91) Beda played a leading role in the faculty's censure of Erasmus' paraphrases on the New Testament and the Colloquies (1526).
The Collected Works of Erasmus, 39 & 40: Colloquies.