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Definition of -Logue
What does -Logue mean?
- Used to denote discourse of a specified kind.
- Used to denote compilement.
- [rare] -logist.
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Listen, Copy, Read (2014)
Popular Learning in Early Modern Japan
It tries to achieve this in a style of speech that can be likened to what Gotō Hiroyuki has referred to as 'mass-logue'. In contrast to the one-on-one dialogue, the mass-logue is a form of speech that is addressed to a multitude. (...) It is a style of ...
Access to Knowledge in India (2011)
New Research on Intellectual Property, Innovation and Development by Ramesh Subramanian, Lea Shaver
n-Logue is a start-up incubated by the TeNeT group. Its business model is to use WLL technologies from Midas Telecommunications (another start-up incubated at TeNeT) to set up a series of wireless transmission towers at district ...
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