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(law) An interlocutory judgement or sentence.
(Scotland, law) A decree of a court.
A noun-form of Latin interloquor (“speak between, issue an interlocutory decree”), from inter- + loquor (“speak”).
From French interlocutoire, from Latin interlocūtōrium.
He is introduced by Cicero as an interlocutor in the De oratore and De natura deorum (iii.), as a supporter of the principles of the New Academy.
Tyrants, says an interlocutor in one of Plato's dialogs, tremble before lovers.
Repeating a word or sign of the other interlocutor then adding more words or signs to add to the information.
The World Diamond Council, set up by industry to represent its views at the Kimberley Process, is an important interlocutor.
A special interest attaches to the dialogues written after the manner of Plato but with Aristotle as principal interlocutor; and some of these, e.g.
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