- n. Plural form of convention.
“The neutrality of Belgium is determined by international conventions, _and Germany is resolved to respect these conventions_.”
“As someone whose primary interest in conventions is to sell books, that large a demographic and that access to the buyers makes Comic Con essential to me professionally.”
“The fact that weâ€ ™ re actively engaging in breaking the Geneva conventions is a huge pox mark on the US.”
“I agree that certain "conventions" are being pulled out again and again in video games, in much the same way as they have been in movies and books.”
“And as somebody on Twitter or Facebook pointed out, I believe, it's like a whole new concept in conventions, right?”
“Changing vampire conventions is fine, because authors have a compulsive need to feel that My Vampires Are Different.”
“What I mean is, Japanese language and writing follow certain conventions that we just don't in English.”
“This collection is being sent to Heritage, which will place them on exhibit at major coin conventions in 2010.”
“Without research, it can be logically deduced that most young adult collectors do not have the time to attend many first tier coin conventions or expos.”
“But what I was most grateful to the tutor for was her insistence that this changeover in conventions, from academic to narrative, would take me the full ten weeks of the course to accomplish.”
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