This makes Dionisio, in contrast with Hermes, more a conversationalist
professor, whose characteristics would be the use of short statements, which, with certain frequency, refer to his audience.
The majority of strategists (54 percent), 10 percenters (54 percent) and conversationalists
(53 percent) expect to retire at age 65 or sooner.
They aren't marketed as peacemakers, sanity-savers, record-keepers, diplomats, conversationalists
, entertainers or mediators.
I thank all of the conversationalists
whom, however famous and busy, have never been paid a fee.
Washington, October 27 (ANI): Whales are polite conversationalists
, as they can spot rhythms in the ocean filled with the calls of marine animals, scientists claim.
include Martin O'Shea, Jennifer John, Phil Hayes, Ian Prowse and Peter Hooton.
Instead, they're often shallow and poor conversationalists
These emerging conversationalists
illustrate the myriad ways in which Christians are forging what it means to be faithful in the 21st century.
Sometimes all you need to sort it all out is a good cup of coffee, a couple of worthy conversationalists
and an itinerant philosopher.
In person, they're wonderful conversationalists
that are modest about their achievements and passionate about their artistic pursuits.
They can be family or friends, but they are great conversationalists
with a talent for engaging people.
Opined an undoubtedly male reporter of that storied midtown ballroom: "The conversationalists
can wisecrack with the flippant, sympathize with the lonely and know how to salt the fresh boys and make them like it.
New Sources of Development thus provides a well-structured survey of the main financing options for debate by practitioners, scholars and dinner-party conversationalists
The communication lobes of women's brains are more developed, making them more eager conversationalists
and more relaxed about expressing emotions.
Serial killers are brilliant conversationalists
," she said.