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- n. the table that conferees sit around as they hold a meeting
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The businesslike Courier font of the deposition page, almost embossed on thin onion-skin paper, could never convey that he’d jumped enraged to his feet, stretched his full-six-two frame over the conference table and begun pointing, his finger almost poking Anne in the face.
It was a fairly large conference room typical of the kind in many an ad agency: a portable blackboard up front; a good many enlarged photographs and sketches pinned to the cork-board walls, most of them of settings or the plans for settings down on the Big Floor; a long conference table surrounded by men in shirt-sleeves, sweaters, or suit coats.
His long fine fingers drummed continuously on the conference table and he knew Richard Kwang would never dare disclose that he, Tightfist Tung and Smuggler Mo controlled the bank.
*** Six scriptwriters were seated around the conference table at Strathclyde Television.
The four of them – Carlson, Stone, Krinsky, and Dimonte – sat at a conference table with Assistant District Attorney Lance Fein.
We sat down at the conference table and it was Ragle who spoke first.