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  • noun Plural form of elicitation.

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Examples

  • "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 Center for Public Integrity: Nuclear miscalculation: Why regulators miss power plant threats from quakes and storms

  • 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.

    Notes on Strange Fiction: Narrative's Function (2)

  • 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).

    Notes on Strange Fiction: Narrative's Function (2)

  • 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.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • 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).

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • The handbook of emotion elicitations and assessment.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • 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.

    Notes From The Geek Show

  • 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).

    Notes From The Geek Show

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