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The dialog or monolog should also be adapted to the ages of the pupils who are to do the acting.

Dialog′ic, Dialogist′ic, -al (-loj-), in the form of a dialogue.

Everything had become quite still all around during this dialog.

But this dialog is soon interrupted by one of the loveliest scenes in the opera.

Note that the word 'Turrk' as seen in Irish dialog has been retained as dialect.

Of the dialog Plato was practically, if not actually, the originator, and the form has survived to our day.

Dialog denotes ordinarily an artificial or imaginary conversation, generally of two persons, but sometimes of more.

With minor variations in the dialog, and with longer and more frequent silences, it almost followed the Wednesday night script.

However, that is a matter of no consequence, as we are both familiar with the dialog—, or rather the service.

The daughters take part in the dialog and begin to abuse each other, being jealous of Edmund.

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