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keynote

/key·note/ (ke´nōt) in homeopathy, the characteristic property of a drug that indicates its use in treating a similar symptom of disease.
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Former Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Gordon Brown, is Winter NAPE Expo's Charities Industry Luncheon Keynoter.
SOFNET attendees will learn that] as the communications industry transitions to next-generation all-IP networks, productized business software built on open standards is paramount to helping service providers quickly launch new services to improve their competitiveness and deliver a superior customer experience," commented Monday Keynoter Gorti.
Keynoter Martin Luest, head of the broadband access business unit of Nokia Siemens Networks, will also take the stage at the Broadband world Forum Americas 2007 and present the industry with an address entitled "Capturing the Broadband Opportunity.
We have an unbelievable lineup of dynamic keynoters who will challenge and inspire us as we tackle this year's theme, "Delivering Greater Value: New Business and Care Delivery Models.
Big-name keynoters, mixologists and trend experts will be on the scene, but the real spotlight will be on operators at the 14th annual Cheers Beverage Conference, to be held January 25-26, 2010, at the Hyatt Regency Miami.
This year's program offers world-class learning opportunities with a stellar lineup of keynoters, including:
Madison members attended the founding convention of the Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans (ARA), during which privatization of Social Security and Medicaid/Medicare were topics of the keynoters.
The conference keynoters, workshops and site visits highlighted not only effective programs and activities, but also fundamental strategies and philosophies.
Other keynoters will include baseball great Cal Ripken, Jr.
Three dynamic keynoters have been chosen for the upcoming DigitalNow: Association Leadership in the Digital Age conference.
The Summit will feature only high-level keynoters, or, as he puts it, "a who's who of keynotes.
Bishop Ingham, of New Westminster, was one of four keynoters at the one and a half-day conference at the University of Manchester.