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keynote

Music the note upon which a scale or key is based; tonic
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The Shura Chairman, following meeting HM the King to hand over the Shura Council's reply to the royal keynote speech, expressed the praise of the Shura council for the national gains accomplished for the homeland and citizens during the prosperous era of HM the King, which strengthen community cohesion, national unity and the state of law and institutions.
The theme for the keynote speech is 'Every Leader in an Entrepreneur', and will underline how business leaders can inspire and set a lasting impact on their respective ecosystems, regardless of size.
The meeting pointed out that from the perspective of laws of history and that of the community of a shared future for humanity, General Secretary Xi Jinpings keynote speech proposed a Chinese plan for building an open world economy.
In his keynote speech at the international import expo president Xi Jinping said ' oppenness leads to progress while seclusion leads to backwardness'.
Tsakos will use his keynote speech at the TMS Tanker Conference to set out some hard-hitting messages on the regulatory challenges facing the market and also how Intertanko has become a more relevant organisation that is better positioned to ensure the voices of tanker owners and operators are heard.
The statement revealed that Chatham keynote speech is one in a series of engagements by the PDP presidential hopeful to showcase the possibilities that exist in Nigeria and how to unlock its huge potentials to the good of all Nigerians.
The final session of the two-day conference, 'Infrastructure: New Tides of Opportunity' was attended by Sujoy Bose, CEO, National Investment & Infrastructure Fund of India, NIIF, who gave a keynote speech. Bose was then joined by panelists from QNB to discuss the possibilities for investors in both Qatar and India.
Known as 'Asia's Davos', the conference will also host Chinese President Xi Jinping, who will deliver a keynote speech at the forum.
Dr Sheikha Aisha bint Faleh al-Thani, chairperson of Al Faleh Group, gave the keynote speech at the University of Aberdeen on International Women's Day on the importance of education in helping women achieve their full potential.
Professor Kaiser Haque presented the keynote speech at the first session on the event while Nepalese writer Avi Subedi, poet Muhammad Nurul Huda, Professor Sonia Nishat Amin and Sadaf Saj discussed.
The conference brought together global academics from South Asia, the USA and the UK and Pakistan, including eminent scholar Dr Markus Daechsel from Royal Holloway, University of London, whose keynote speech addressed the nature and the value of history in South Asia.
The summit's keynote speech was delivered by Donald William Freese, deputy assistant director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, US who highlighted the importance of understanding the key elements contributing towards building a cyber safe nation.