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key·not·er

 (kē′nō′tər)
n.
One who gives a keynote address.
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Registration is open for the 2015 Annual Meeting, which will feature keynoter Dewitt Jones, a National Geographic photographer, author and Academy Award-nominated film director.
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Evaluations distributed to participants indicated exceptionally high ratings of the keynoter and session presenters with an overall satisfaction rating of 4.
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Bishop Dolan was a captivating keynoter for the 2001 Halifax Archdiocesan Vocation Congress, to which the present reviewer was a parish delegate.