Definition of Keynote address
1. Noun. A speech setting forth the keynote.
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Literary usage of Keynote address
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1. Drug Addiction Research & the Health of Women edited by Cora L. Wetherington (1999)
"... users in Georgia who had been admitted to a particular hospital found that blacks had a much lower rate of sexual crimes than whites. keynote address ..."
2. Molecular Neurobiology: Proceedings of the 2nd NIMH Conference by Steven Zalcman (1995)
"... Abstracts keynote address G Protein-Coupled Receptors Modulate the Mind B. Hille, W. Almers, D. Beech, L Bernheim, A. Mathie, M. Shapiro, A. Tse, ..."
3. Social Sciences and Innovation by Oecd (2001)
"keynote address: CHALLENGES TO THE SOCIAL SCIENCES IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM by Nathan Rosenberg Introduction' Professor of Economics, Stanford University I ..."
4. Reform and Growth in Africa by Jorge Braga de Macedo, Omar Kabbaj, African Development Bank (2000)
"keynote address The Reform Process in Africa Omar Kabbaj A cursory review of political, economic, and social conditions in Africa as the continent enters ..."
5. The Societal Aspects of Decision Making in Complex Radiological Situations by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Nuclear Energy Agency (1998)
"For this keynote address, l8 flipcharts were prepared and became its support. I will present them in what follows and accompany them by comment. ..."
6. Emerging Technologies and Ethical Issues in Engineering: Papers from a by National Academy of Engineering, National Academies (U.S.) (2004)
"... keynote address WILLIAM A. WULF National Academy of Engineering When I looked carefully at the ..."
7. Agents of Change: Studies on the Policy Environment for Small Enterprise in by Edward Philip English, Georges-Maurice Hénault (1995)
"... keynote address William F. Steel Principal Industrial Economist, Africa Technical Department, World Bank, Washington, DC, USA Private enterprise in many ..."