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keynote

Music the note upon which a scale or key is based; tonic
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Two of the four featured keynoters, Danny Meyer and Cameron Mitchell, are among the most respected and successful operators of our time.
Other 2003 keynoters were House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Bill Thomas, IRS Commissioner Mark Everson (making his first conference presentation), and LMSB Commissioner Deborah Nolan.
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.
Keynoters and presenters at Xplor 20020, the 23rd Global Electronic Document Systems Conference & Exhibit, will focus on document technology topics and trends for business and customer communications.
check] Networld+Interop keynoters John Chambers, president/CEO, Cisco Systems, and Maynard Webb, president, eBay Technologies, appear at the Las Vegas Convention Center during the May 5-10 conference and exhibit featuring wireless LANs, IT infrastructure, storage, VoIP, 10GigE and more.
The keynoters reminded audience members why they do what they do, and offered ways to cope with the changes demanded of them.