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Scots law a decree by a judge
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12) The interlocution between traditional education and digital tools is also manifested in a different manner when compared to the developed countries to developing ones because it is known that in the latter case there are limiting factors for the implementation of this educational proposal, including: financial resource scarcity, lack of qualified teachers in developing and using digital tools, and lack of adequate government policies.
Ainsi, leur interlocution n'est pas sans evoquer le dispositif analytique: <<Vous etes un etranger, et je vous suis un etranger, et je vous demande de ne pas dire que vous m'avez vu .
Columbus took the converso Luis de Torres as his interpreter, because his knowledge of Semitic languages would supposedly facilitate interlocution in the "East.
Proper clarifications on the interlocution and divergence of the two perspectives have potentials of situating Pan-Africanism and African Renaissance on the right path of emancipating African people in the globalized era.
92) Secondly, the nature of the gangs and their violence does present certain challenges, especially in relation to humanitarian interlocution which is complicated by the gangs' criminal status, lack of clear political objectives, lack of a coherent command/discipline structure at the national level (they are highly localised) and rapidly shifting alliances and territorial boundaries.
This is the reason why the "streets of social struggle" are an important source for the interlocution of black ecclesiology.
While talks had been planned at several levels,including NSA level,for interlocution over border issues and ceasefire,which are directly related to terrorism,
Supporting this notion, bilingual education scholar Luz Maria de la Torre Amaguana Kichwa asserts that the process for an Indigenous female author to transcend her imposed impediments or perceived set of constraints is initiated by crossing the threshold from oral to written; that act of interlocution in the present transgresses academic and societal norms, making Indigenous woman visible at this time and in this place, chained to the previous iteration.
In other words, when an interlocution is established there is a tendency to confuse the "compulsion of experience"--what is said about is real - with the "compulsion of language"--the way in which something is said about what said about what is real.
The problem is knowing whether the subjects who count in the interlocution "are" or "are not," whether they are speaking or just making a noise.