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  • n. Plural form of interlocutor.

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Examples

  • The second move made by my progressive interlocutors is more serious, and much, much more dismaying.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » No Righteous Gentile Awards, Please

  • Certain interlocutors — like Barnett and Horowitz — seem to criticize OK for taking the law as a given, as though by not staking out a normative position he is implicitly endorsing current doctrine as correct.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Internet, The Fourth Amendment, and Technology Neutrality: A Response to Horowitz

  • Speaking of Girard, I would like to draw the attention of both my "interlocutors" - and of all other interested parties - to the work of Eric Gans, the inventor of "Generative Anthropology," whose theoretical meditation on humanity picks up, as it were, where Girard's leaves off.

    The Brussels Journal - The Voice of Conservatism in Europe

  • And as John Bolton has taught us, contempt for one’s interlocutors is an unhelpful trait in an ambassador.

    El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Andrew

  • And as John Bolton has taught us, contempt for one’s interlocutors is an unhelpful trait in an ambassador.)

    El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Andrew

  • Not doubting at all, however, that one of the interlocutors was the person who was to guide him on his way, Wilton paused, determined to wait till they came up.

    The King's Highway

  • What I'm seeing, though, is that our "interlocutors" might fail a Turing Test.

    Althouse Derangement Syndrome.

  • In this letter - in which it was urged [of us] not to bother with the dialogue, of exclusive competence of the rabbis only "interlocutors" and "officials responsible for the religious representation" - the "capital" of the Jewish-Christian dialogue was indicated as Milan and in the persons of Cardinals Martini and Tettamanzi, on one side, and Laras and others [on the Jewish side]; and it was noticed that we were missing from this list... [sic]

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • In this letter - in which it was urged [of us] not to bother with the dialogue, of exclusive competence of the rabbis (only "interlocutors" and "officials responsible for the religious representation") - the "capital" of the Jewish-Christian dialogue was indicated as Milan and in the persons of Cardinals Martini and Tettamanzi, on one side, and Laras and others [on the Jewish side]; and it was noticed that we were missing from this list ... [sic]

    RORATE CÆLI

  • These pidgins resembled the one resorted to by our Portuguese-speaking whaler and his Inupiaq-speaking interlocutors: they were never spoken as mother tongues.

    The English Is Coming!

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