Conference [noun]

Definition of Conference:

convention, colloquium

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Tensions had flared anew earlier Monday after a news conference with Kenosha Mayor John Antarmian, originally to be held in a park, was moved inside the city’s public safety building.

State Superintendent Tony Thurmond acknowledged in a press conference last month that California’s schools have not always been a place where students can gain a full understanding of the contributions of people of color.

Concerts, conferences, festivals, sporting events, weddings, and anything else that entails a lot of people being in one place has been put on hold indefinitely—and we miss it.

She had planned on calling for “more comprehensive action” at a press conference Tuesday.

State Superintendent Tony Thurmond said in a web conference that in many cases, a district’s preferred device won’t be available for weeks after the school year starts.

Besides, we’ve all been stuck at conferences talking to people we don’t want to be, there are downsides and upsides.

The answer to both of those questions last season was “no,” and it arguably cost the Bucks the conference finals series.

We’re not sure about all that might happen if there are no nonconference games this year, but the possibility that Notre Dame will finally have to join a conference is at least fun to think about.

In February, Lobb hosted a conference at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology that Greene attended.

As mentioned above, healthcare companies are moving to telehealth, restaurants are moving to pick up, delivery and B2B companies are repurposing content planned for conferences into virtual webinars.