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conversation

An ongoing e-mail correspondence. See threaded e-mail.
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Solowski said sincerely having an interest in your customers and making conversation helps.
Every new lift was a fresh life story and more time in the back seat catching some sleep and making conversation.
They critique central issues such as online ethics and international inequities, online identity, real and imagined communities, language, women, interpersonal attraction, and antisocial behavior, then move on to fieldwork such as searching as researching, online collaboration, creating web pages, making conversation, building community and constructing identity and finally, address issues of politics, the law, organizational communication, health, life span communication, instruction, visual communication and new media developments.
After some more discussion I realized he was serious and not just making conversation.
I knew something waswrong but I just kept making conversation.
I used to speak it well and feel confident making conversation, and now it's just gone.
They would understand that making conversation is an important step forward to getting to know people; they would realise that going to a posh event meant making an effort to get dressed up.
This is partly to accommodate ducting and partly to give the kitchen an elevated view over the living room, making conversation between chef and guests possible.
She keeps talking about all the things she has seen in the shops when she has been Christmas shopping, but I've no idea if she is just making conversation or dropping hints.
My wife tells me I watch too much sport and don't spend enough time making conversation with her.
I was saying the things that I would normally say in that situation, just making conversation, giving them some support, and then they caught me off guard.
There were families enjoying back garden barbecues in the glorious sunshine, fellow boaters gliding past sipping wine, and amazingly, every single person was smiling and greeting us, waving or making conversation.