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dialogue

[dī′əlog]
Etymology: L, dialogus, philosophic conversation
a complex form of computer-assisted instruction in which the student is actively engaged in "true conversation" with a computer.
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They also help design and implement personal and industrial hearing safety programs newborn hearing screening programs school hearing screening programs and provide dialogists are trained to diagnose special fitting ear plugs and other hearing protection devices to help prevent hearing loss.
He said that we welcome those who believe in dialogue and reject foreign interference, hoping that those who reject dialogue would be convinced that sitting around the dialogue table and rejecting sabotage are the way out of the crisis, adding that President Bashar al-Assad is the guarantor for dialogue and the dialogists.
The first academic conference about Jews and Native Americans took place in April 2010, pulling together a multidisciplinary cohort of academics and lay dialogists.
How would Antin's talk-poem come across to the mighty dialogists in Robert Grenier's poem "Sticky Fingers"?