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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Colloquy has a very sophisticated system that allows us to help build a personalized relationship, allows us to track every interaction, and allows the phone system and CRM to be integrated and connected.
Moreover, while we appreciate the hard work by those involved in the further study of this issue, we ultimately conclude that adopting any colloquy in the absence of clear-cut existing case law to definitively guide the substance of an appropriate colloquy in the specific type of proceedings at issue here would only increase litigation.
Amongst the distinguished speakers at the London colloquy is Dr Tom Flynn, who will sketch a brief history of the concept of the Universal Museum and will survey its current controversial status in relation to the repatriation of objects, and particularly to the case of the Parthenon Marbles.
Reaching Beyond is an arts project taking place in the vicinity around London's Olympic site organised by Colloquy, a part of the Methodist Church.
Finally, although University of Texas System Regent Alex Cranberg agreed back in June to take part in a colloquy about higher education with University of Texas President Bill Powers, I was notified this week by the UT System that Regent Cranberg was no longer permitted to participate.
Valdemar", "Mesmeric Revelation", "The Conversation of Eiros and Charmion", "The Power of Words", "The Colloquy of Monos and Una", "Von Kempelen and His Discovery", "Cabs", "A Moving Chapter", "Street Paving", "Wooden Pavement", "Try a Mineralized Pavement", "The Daguerreotype", "Anastatic Printing", and "A Chapter on Science and Art.
The editors (professors of rhetoric at Wabash College) present papers from a spring 2005 colloquy at Wabash College dedicated to exploring the relationship between rhetoric and democracy from varied perspectives.
Clearly, loyalty membership growth in the financial services sector was pronounced during much of our latest census period, prior to the economic free fall," said COLLOQUY Partner Kelly Hlavinka, who addressed the 21st Annual Card Forum & Expo in Marco Island, Fla.
Summary: CINCINNATI (February 3, 2009) -- Consumers who are loyalty reward program members are far more likely to be Word-of-Mouth (WOM) champions for their favorite brands than non-members, and the more active their program participation, the more likely they are to exhibit WOM behavior, according to a study released today by COLLOQUY.
There are seven stories in all: Laura Lee, Devils, Natty Sorrell, The Mutiny of Harby Stone, The Baptism of Billy Ray Sikes, Confessions of a Ridiculous Man, and An August Colloquy.
Much of the book is a thought-provoking colloquy between Sophie and her phantom instructor.