from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A conference or discussion involving several participants.
- n. In Arthurian legend, the circular table of King Arthur and his knights.
- n. The knights of King Arthur considered as a group.
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- n. Alternative spelling of round table.
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I just had what they call a roundtable discussion about some of the programs that are taking place here in South Carolina, programs all aimed at helping people help themselves.
I'm a producer here at On Point, and I'm putting together a show for next week, what we call a roundtable, with regular people who have lost jobs in the economic crisis and are now either coping or feel they're better off than before.
He's a systematic, creative, pragmatic thinker about America's foreign policy challenges - and whether he has expressed himself in roundtable discussions rather than a large volume of opeds makes no difference.
She was trying to break the organization out of its old culture, but it was very clear in roundtable discussions that the rank and file would rather see the parks closed to the public than kept open using private concession management.
Engage in roundtable power networking and develop new prospects. 7: 30 to 9 a.m.,
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The deadline for receipt of requests to observe or participate in the roundtable is 5: 00 p.m. on Friday, May 4, 2007.
My contribution to the current Cato Unbound roundtable is up.
Artoo, this is a "roundtable" - Mr. Lakhan has invited us all to "establish a fruitful discussion".