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symposium

1. a conference or meeting for the discussion of some subject, esp an academic topic or social problem
2. a collection of scholarly contributions, usually published together, on a given subject
3. (in classical Greece) a drinking party with intellectual conversation, music, etc.
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The Symposium, held at the Sheraton-Charles Hotel, attracted 135 attendees.
AAAI manages registration and local arrangements, and provides organizational support, publicity within the AAAI community, and publication of working notes for distribution within the symposium and (optionally) the community at large.
Contributed papers sessions will also be held, along with an educational symposium on factory processing.
The 11th Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing (PSB) 2006.
In addition to the articles in this issue, a selection of papers presented at the symposium has been jointly published in a thematic issue of the International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 5(2).
The 22nd Annual DAU Alumni Association Acquisition Symposium was held April 19-20 on the Capital/Northeast Campus of DAU at Fort Belvoir, Va.
The Pacific Southwest Regional Medical Library of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) hosted a one-day educational symposium entitled "Stake Your Claim to Health Literacy" in January 2004.
In the midst of the biggest military shipments since World War II, distribution and deployment were the key topics of presentation and discussion at SDDC's 2004 Training Symposium.
Just think, you have an opportunity to earn a maximum of 34 CPEs through activities involved with this year's Annual Convention by combining attendance at the education sessions (Maximum: 18 CPEs) and the Institute Symposium (16 CPEs).
The Symposium continues the 1998 Symposium's examination of the effects of technology on tax curricula and practice.
Perceiving Hal/Henry rather than Falstaff as Dionysian festival lord and Falstaff as accompanying Silenus may enable us to appreciate another connection between the Henriad and the classical world: the association between Falstaff and Socrates - described as a "Silenus" in Plato's Symposium (215b)(6) - and the collateral link between Prince Hal and the Greek general Alcibiades, Socrates' brilliant pupil.
The first symposium, on intangible (soft) assets, is scheduled for April 11 and 12, 1996, and will be held at the SEC in Washington, D.

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