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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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Tuesday Keynoter Leopold also commented on his SOFNET Address, "The fundamental Transformation-programme of Telekom Austria - the next generation factory programme "net@fact" - is pioneering the whole telco-industry and is based on a profit-oriented development of base products for wholesale as well as retail markets implemented on efficient product platforms.
The nation's largest one-day conference for women brought together 7,000 attendees and more than 100 of the country's most dynamic speakers including keynoters Diane Sawyer, Linda Evans and Anthea Disney, for a day of workshops and discussions on the topics most important to women.
5 /PRNewswire/ -- Juniper Networks today announced that its Chairman and CEO Scott Kriens will discuss the evolution of the Internet as the New Public Network as a featured keynoter at Networld+Interop (N+I) '98, held October 19-23 in Atlanta, Georgia.
A contingent bearing news on political and regulatory issues from the nation's capital will be led by Keynoter Chairman Joseph T.
Keynoters will include industry pioneer Ray Ozzie, along with top executives from Google, Microsoft, Cisco, Avaya, and Oracle.
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.
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.
Way too many keynoters are shot by pneumatic tube from the airport to behind the lectern and back again.