utterer


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It seems natural to suppose that the utterer of (11) still endorses (13) and (14).
They are located in a particular socio-historical context, and have as protagonist an utterer that produces the text according to his or her interlocutor, in a dialogical relationship that always seeks a responsive position.
177) Put another way, "[A]n utterance or a text is a 'speech act' undertaken to communicate the intention of an utterer or author.
The words 'driverless car' were once only expressed in hushed terms lest the utterer be deemed disloyal to the golden days view of driving, but now they are bandied around without a care because we are already on that route.
The words "driverless car" were once only expressed in hushed terms lest the utterer be deemed disloyal to the golden days view of driving, but now they are bandied around without a care because we are already on that route.
Man retains in their essence the thinking of the utterer and responds-this is perhaps a sort of memory.
But I cannot see any reason why one should believe that these sentences should be understood in this way; clearly, (M) is about some concrete thing that its utterer bought, presumably a house, but it is not about "a house".
Isn't this because whenever the Kurdish deputies of the AKP dared to utter their ideas on this matter they were made to regret their venture with the threatening words from AKP leader Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an that "some remarks help to put an end to wars while others serve to ensure that its utterer is executed"?
By using these elements, the utterer intends to show that he wishes to accept and apply the norms and the rules of a linguistic community organized by e-mail and SMS communication.
19 Yet neither the utterer nor the hearer approaches through words the [relation of] attainment [between words and their objects] called 'inherence', which goes beyond the characteristics that are to be expressed.
As indicators of singularity, his invented syllables and guttural cries intern their utterer within the walls of his utterance; but, as products of translation (albeit of an unconventional nature), they propel their author into a skewed conversation with another voice, establishing and subverting a literary and cultural filiation with the genre of nonsense-writing that proved to have a series of far-reaching consequences, opening up the figurative and material walls of the asylum.
The essay, however, defends the interjection as "an appeal for sympathy which is humanizing, and compels the utterer to smooth his numbers".
The difference between lying and telling the truth to a police officer in a traffic stop is more than external consequences; it also lies in the orientation of the utterer to those consequences, the other participant, and what respect they command in knowing one's inner intentions.