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locutory

A place for conversation; esp. the parlor of a monastic establishment.
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In Norwich, such a path could be perceived in the corridor connecting the Locutory to the Visitor Centre.
The new subdivision provides for inter- locutory review of a determination that a property has been inordinately burdened.
In relation to the value of context and intent, Derrida states that "one of [the] essential elements [is] the conscious presence of the intention of the speaking subject for the totality of his locutory acts.