confrontation

  1. a bold challenge
  2. a hostile disagreement face-to-face
  3. the act of opposing groups confronting each other

Confrontation

[journal] Confrontation is an American literary magazine founded in 1968 and based at Long Island University in Brookville, New York. It publishes fiction, essays and poetry twice each year. The journal, edited from its inception to 2010 by LIU Post English professor and poet Martin Tucker, helped launch the careers of Cynthia Ozick, Paul T...
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confrontation

[n] - a bold challenge 2. [n] - discord resulting from a clash of ideas or opinions 3. [n] - a hostile disagreement face-to-face 4. [n] - the act of opposing groups confronting each other 5. [n] - a focussed comparison
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Confrontation

Con`fron·ta'tion noun [ Late Latin confrontatio .] Act of confronting. H. Swinburne.
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confrontation

The act by the therapist, or another patient in a therapy group, of openly interpreting a patient's resistances, attitudes, feelings, or effects upon either the therapist, the group, or its member(s). ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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confrontation

opposition noun the act of hostile groups opposing each other; `the government was not ready for a confrontation with the unions`; `the invaders encountered stiff opposition`
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confrontation

encounter noun a hostile disagreement face-to-face
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confrontation

(kon″frәn-ta´shәn) the act of facing or being made to face one's own attitudes and shortcomings, the way one is perceived, and the consequences of one's behavior, or of causing another to face these things. It is a therapeutic technique which demonstrates where change must begin, but which also h...
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Confrontation

• (n.) Act of confrontating.
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Confrontation

In criminal cases right given to a defendant to raise objections to the evidences given by the witness in a trial and cross-examine him.
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confrontation

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon′frŏn-tā′shŭn Definitions: 1. The act by the therapist, or another patient in a therapy group, of openly interpreting a patient's resistances, attitudes, feelings, or effects on either the therapist, the group, or its member(s).
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Confrontation

[Rackham] Confrontation is a skirmish level tactical fantasy miniature wargaming in which the combatants are represented by metal or plastic figures in 28 mm scale. For comparison purposes, the system`s figures are slightly larger than those of Games Workshop or The Foundry. The game is set in Aarklash, a world of medieval fantasy where kni...
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Confrontation

A communication that deliberately pressures or invites another to self-examine some aspect of behavi
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Confrontation

The right of a criminal defendant, from the Sixth Amendment to the Constitution, to object to the witness and to cross-examine that witness.
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confrontation

discord resulting from a clash of ideas or opinions
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