interlocutor


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interlocutor

Scots law a decree by a judge
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The two interlocutors thus separated, taking opposite directions, at full gallop.
Count Otto waited a little; then he turned away and walked up to Pandora Day, whose group of interlocutors had now been re-enforced by a gentleman who had held an important place in the cabinet of the late occupant of the presidential chair.
His interlocutor burst out laughing several times at his answers; and more than ever, when to the question, " whether he had been cured?
The servant bowed profoundly, as much gratified as his noble interlocutor.
The young Cossack made his mighty interlocutor smile," says Thiers.
That gentlemen regarded his interlocutor with some surprise but without unfriendliness.
A tremendous roar of laughter rang in the ears of the mysterious interlocutor, who glared fiercely round upon the assembly.
Undoubtedly, undoubtedly," broke in Mr Verloc in a deep deferential bass of an oratorical quality, so utterly different from the tone in which he had spoken before that his interlocutor remained profoundly surprised.
At this his interlocutor, smiling mockingly above the bristling bow of his necktie, switched the conversation into French.
Accordingly, I related the whole occurrence to my interlocutors, and concealed not a single detail.
What had first struck the king was a certain contrast in the voices of the two interlocutors.
The method of inquiry has passed into a method of teaching in which by the help of interlocutors the same thesis is looked at from various points of view.