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discuss (someone or something) with (one)

To speak to one about someone or something. I'm going to discuss this problem with Carole and try to come up with a solution. How could you make such a big decision without discussing it with me?
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discuss someone or something with someone

to talk about someone or something with someone. I need to discuss Mickey with you. We need to discuss compensation with the boss.
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Monsters and Angels: Surviving a Career in Music is not specifically about wellness issues; however, it discusses surviving life while pursuing a performing career as a musician, as well as the importance of music education in everyone's life.
Discusses why chemi-mechanical pulping is the fastest growing of all pulping processes.
Section 4, Future Issues and Resources, discusses issues such as self-determination, family involvement, case management-for-life, and interagency coordination.
De Weever's book is a step in the right direction, for she more clearly begins to articulate a theory about the literature she discusses.
John McDonald of Baker & McKenzie discusses partnerships in international tax planning.
This book is addressed to music teachers and discusses how they can help children become independent and self-sufficient music thinkers.
A new section discusses the Federal Reserve's integration of its supervisory assessment of a bank's fiduciary activities into the overall safety-and-soundness supervision process, focusing supervisory resources on areas of greatest potential risk.
Chapter seven discusses the role of occupational information in career counseling and job development, types of occupational and labor market information, and evaluating labor market information through job analysis.
The statement also discusses matters, including findings and recommendations regarding internal controls, the auditor would communicate to appropriate levels of management.
Daniel Kostenbauder of Hewlett-Packard Company discusses the MTC audit experience.
In the technical section (section two), Seymour Fink discusses the principles of fingering or what he calls "hand vocabulary.
The update discusses the Board's December 11, 2001, revision of the policy statement on payments system risk (PSR policy).
It is also discusses a number of options managers can use to improve profit margins.
The book discusses various topics including the patient's perspective on vision loss, the ophthalmologist's perspective, and the need for coordinated care.
It discusses key strategic and tactical issues facing the various elements of the value chain and provides perspectives on the future of the PE business.