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In conversational turn-taking, indicating that you are finished and that the other person may start talking. This involves using audible signals (decreased volume, slowed tempo, dropped pitch for declaratives, raised pitch for interrogatives, or extended silent pause) and/or visible signals (cessation of illustrators, long gaze at listener, or eyebrow raising). See also regulators.

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