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- n. Plural form of elicitation.
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"It's a process of trying to generate statistically significant data from opinion," said the Union of Concerned Scientists' Edwin Lyman, who has participated in expert elicitations.
The handbook of emotion elicitations and assessment.
Either way, we have a set of operations -- exhibitions and revelations, exhortations and elicitations -- that are deeply bound to one another, and that are, in many respects, the life-blood of dramatic dialogue.
Again, such direct exhortations or indirect elicitations do communicate something about the world, but they are primarily designed to impress a requirement on the audience (their duty to quieten the dog).