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Dialogue was the spoken words as written in a book or play.

In 2365, upon hearing the bellboy from Hotel Royale express his admiration for rich people, Deanna Troi found the dialogue unbelievable and wondered if 20th century Humans really spoke that way. Jean-Luc Picard assured her it was not true to life. (TNG: "The Royale")

In 2369, Beverly Crusher recognized Data's poem Ode to Spot as being the wrong dialogue that William T. Riker was reading. (TNG: "A Fistful of Datas")

In 2372, Benjamin Sisko described the dialogue in his son Jake Sisko's story as being sharp. (DS9: "The Muse")

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