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key·not·er

 (kē′nō′tər)
n.
One who gives a keynote address.
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Known for her deep, bottoms-up, analysis of various media subsectors, she is frequently cited in a wide range of publications and is a well-respected keynoter at industry conferences.
The conference wrapped up with a fantastic brunch and motivation to keep moving forward from closing keynoter Forrest Galante.
The latest foray into the Political World involves yet another appearance by Ed Commish Frank Edelblut at a Purely Political event, this time his stint as keynoter at the Granite State Taxpayers' 11/29 event in Manch.
Ghazala Rehman Rafiq, in her keynoter address, stressed the centrality of mother tongue as a most productive means of medium of instruction in the early years of education.
Republicans at the annual Governor's Day at the Illinois State Fair were buoyed by predicted thunderstorms that failed to materialize for their fairgrounds festivities Wednesday afternoon and by the deflation of Democrats who hoped to one-up their opponents on their day today with keynoter Joe Biden.
Next year, the Scouts might consider Smokey Bear as their keynoter. He's firm but respectful - and even if he, unlike Trump, didn't cause it, is wise enough to know when the forest is on fire.
The new breed of intelligent machines that are core to Industry 4.0 will eliminate waste in supply chains and enable new business models, but industry also needs to think about how smart machines will disrupt jobs, said Markus Lorenz, partner and managing director at Boston Consulting Group and ProMat keynoter.
Registration is open for the 2017 International Valuation Conference, which will feature keynoter Dr.
Among the expert speakers and panelists are keynoter Bill Nelson, Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center's president/CEO, NAFCU General Counsel Carrie Hunt and Communication Federal Credit Union Compliance Officer Joey Griffith.
Day Two keynoter Mattison drilled down into the workplace by contrasting "the hierarchy and the network." As he put it, "most of us have come of age in a top-down, command-and-control world"--i.e., the hierarchy.
KEYNOTER THOMAS GOETZ AND PEER-LED LEARNING ON CUTTING-EDGE SOLUTIONS HIGHLIGHT THE DON'T-MISS EVENT