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2 Gates responds with a lengthy discourse on deployment strategy.
3 She embarked on a discourse about the town's origins.
4 No amount of discourse is sadness for the prelude.
5 He was hoping for some lively political discourse at the meeting.
6 Candidates should engage in serious political discourse.
7 We'll discourse on the subject tonight.
8 He was able to discourse at great length on the problems of education.
9 epigrammatic discourse or expression.
10 The discourse touches many of the issues which are currently popular.
11 These are the bright spots in this 257-page discourse.
12 Less reciprocal discourse will also activate schemata.
13 A discourse on medieval morality plays?
14 The prototype of reciprocal discourse is face-to-face conversation.
15 These were now crystallized in an expanded discourse on male and female sexuality.
16 All discourse is more or less reciprocal,[www.Sentencedict.com] if only because it is based upon assumptions about receivers.
17 It is likely that in normal discourse, the context of the sentences will help to resolve these potential ambiguities.
19 In this light, a novel is not a single discourse, but a complex of many discourses.
20 Furthermore, such modes of discussion are expected to conform also to the rules of professional literacy discourse.
21 There are two points worth noting about this fragment of conversational discourse.
22 What is more depressing is the way this escape from the facts is beginning to creep into Western discourse on Kosovo.
23 At the beginning of the article he observed that there were two possible directions for discourse analysis.
24 What is more, proper names are normally introduced into discourse by means of descriptive phrases.
25 It is precisely because of them that any progress at all has been accomplished in matters of racial discourse.
26 Evidence from different nationalities and different class backgrounds suggests an overall pattern to discourse about race and prejudice.
27 Without tampering with the deviant sentence itself, we can investigate the effects of placing it in variously elaborated discourse contexts.
28 We have, then, two approaches to language: sentence linguistics and discourse analysis.
29 To what extent does this sequence correspond to a native speaker's processing of discourse?
30 This whole extravaganza is demeaning, debasing and deeply damaging to what should be serious political discourse, the protesters complain.
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