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Synonyms for disputant

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The perplexed experience gets the apparent clearness, as it gets also the animation, of a long dialogue; only, the disputants never part company, and there is no real conclusion.
Other tribes of the new federation took sides with the original disputants or set up petty revolutions of their own.
There was a sudden commotion in the direction of the disputants, and Tarzan rolled his head in their direction in time to see the burly brute of a priest leap upon the woman opposite him, dashing out her brains with a single blow of his heavy cudgel.
From all parts of the hall squires and pages came running, until a dense, swaying crowd surrounded the disputants.
"Beavers' tails and minks' flesh may do to talk about before a maple fire and a quiet hearth," interrupted the squatter, without the smallest deference to the interested feelings of the disputants; "but something more than foreign words, or words of any sort, is now needed.
Formerly these disputes were settled by physical contact of the disputants, with such simple arguments as the rudimentary logic of the times could supply -- the sword, the spear, and so forth.
The noise which at a distance appeared like gnashing and thumping, on coming nearer was found to be the voice of disputants. The men in one of his visions, seen in heavenly light, appeared like dragons, and seemed in darkness; but to each other they appeared as men, and when the light from heaven shone into their cabin, they complained of the darkness, and were compelled to shut the window that they might see.
In their latest attempt to find a solution to the territorial disputes they are embroiled in, representatives of disputant groups from Stung Hav, Prey Nop and Kampong Seila districts, as well as from Sihanoukville and Koh Rong, met with Chamroeun.
Beijing's territorial claims in the region are disputed, at least in part, by Taiwan, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei, and the United States regularly takes up the issue on behalf of the disputant nations.
En finale, l'OCC et malgre le score fleuve de (9-2) en faveur du club donne le plus favori depuis le debut de la competition, a fait deja l'essentiel en disputant sa premiere finale en Coupe sous la houlette de son capitaine Maati Jamji.
For example, in mediation talk, disputants often direct their utterances to the mediator rather than the other disputant, which helps to mitigate disagreement between them (Garcia 1991).
Disputant son deuxieme derby de rang, le Nasria est determine a confirmer sa sante, histoire egalement de garder le contact avec le lot de tete.
Saga is more than a former disputant with the ratings customer -- it'll be a customer.
disputant to know whether the arbitrator applied those facts to a proper