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keynote

Music the note upon which a scale or key is based; tonic
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The conference wrapped up with a fantastic brunch and motivation to keep moving forward from closing keynoter Forrest Galante.
This year, four of the nine current keynoters are women.
I extend my heartfelt thank you to all keynoters, panelists, moderators, and participants.
Many of the keynoters (too many to list here) were introducing new books: best-selling author Khaled Hosseini (And the Mountains Echoed), Steven D.
Keynoters for the show this year will include two big names in the auto business: Alan Mulally, president and CEO of Ford Motor Co., and Rupert Stadler, chairman of the board of management of Audi AG.
So, to clear the air (no pun intended), here are 10 facts gleaned from Interop keynoters and panellists that just may be news to you: "It's the most important thing happening": Lenny Heymann, longtime Interop GM, set the agenda in his opening remarks before an SRO audience at the first-day's keynote.
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.
Keynoters include bestselling author Michael Wolff, Vanity Fair columnist and Newser.com founder, and K.C.
This year's program offers world-class learning opportunities with a stellar lineup of keynoters, including:
Global market insights and political commentary will be offered by keynoters CNN Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour and former assistant to Bill Clinton and current television news commentator James Rubin Thursday, October 30.
"Profiting in the New Publishing Environment" will feature the following keynoters:
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. Their small group brought the assembly alive with their suggestion of a general strike followed by a peaceful revolution (Lead the way, Madison!)