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roundtable

A conference or discussion involving several participants, often before an audience and open for questions. Cf Keynote address, Plenary session.
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She has been a member of ALA since 2002 and has served on council as the New Members Round Table councilor and has served as councilor at large since 2008.
The Worcester regiments were major players in three major battles - Cold Harbor, Fredericksburg and Drury's Bluff - and took heavy hits there, too," round table Member Jack M.
A clear message emerged from the Round Table discussions," said Winnipeg Chief Ewatski.
Up to a dozen members of Cardigan and Teifi Valley Round Table were involved in the ruckus during the chairman's annual ball at the Cliff Hotel in Gwbert-on-Sea, Ceredigion.
Gordon Forrest,Chairman of Colwyn Bay Round Table said that while one of the Round Table aims was to support worthy causes,it was important to have fun at the same time,hence the slogan ``If it's not fun, wedon't do it''.
THE Port Talbot Round Table group is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year having been set up by the Swansea Round Table organisation in 1952.
A round table process advising the Province of Ontario about how to use publicly owned land has failed completely, according to The Partnership for Public Lands, a coalition created by the Wildlands League, Federation of Ontario Naturalists and World Wildlife Fund Canada.
members of the CIA Support Staff Interests Round Table and posted on the
Each Round Table publication contains three to twelve presentations on subsets of the primary topic of the Round Table, as well as a summary of the discussions of the participants and the observers.
Algonquin Round Table , also called The Round Table.
Each of the senior managers in our facility hosts Round Table dialogues twice a month, which enable groups of no more than a dozen people to have an hour-long conversation with a senior manager.