- n. Plural form of panelist.
“A prevailing theme that emerged from many panelists is that online social networking and online professional networking are two very different beasts.”
“That evening, I called up an old friend and asked her to dinner, but upon arriving at her house in Long Beach, found we'd both been invited out by her boss to a dinner at Mezzaluna's with the panelists from a "Digital Hollywood" conference.”
“The general consensus of the five panelists is that the recession is over and that a recovery in markets and economies around the world is underway but that risks remain.”
“I'm a 2nd year med student in phoenix and one of the USPSTF panelists is a professor of mine.”
“Experiences of staff members who tried the beds briefly in our lab largely mirrored those of long-term panelists, with one exception: The short-term testers were more critical of the Duxiana.”
“The mere fact that some of the cons are posting requirements for "author determination" for potential panelists is a step in the right direction.”
“At South by Southwest Interactive today, panelists from the Bay Area; Madison, Wisc.”
“One of the panelists was my college prof & advisor.”
“I sure was tickled, though, when it became apparent that not one, but two of the panelists were themselves tweeting!”
“His question for the panelists was a deceptively simple one: "Are you a media company or a technology company?”
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