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A person who attends a conference or other gathering.‘seminar attendees’
- ‘As a first-time attendee, however, I found that the conference overlooked two important areas.’
- ‘The Monday evening saw a reception for all conference attendees in the Glasgow Science Centre.’
- ‘The best part for the attendees is the tasting, of which there is plenty.’
- ‘Rumour has it, however, that one of the attendees is a long way from the world of dizzy studentdom, and is in fact a newspaper reporter.’
- ‘Last year's event drew a record 6,000 attendees; this year's is expected to bring even more.’
- ‘There are no reserved seats, and attendees are urged to bring a blanket.’
- ‘This second annual conference will allow attendees to mix business with pleasure.’
- ‘According to Uzbek officials, this was because larger than expected numbers of attendees had made security a concern.’
- ‘Catherine thanked the conference attendees for the warm reception she and her sisters had received.’
- ‘Another attendee of the conference is a chemistry professor at a Christian college in Canada.’
- ‘Many of those seminar attendees are taking an enormous gamble on apartment rents remaining high.’
- ‘As people leave the church in search of lunch, I stop a couple of attendees to ask them why they came to the conference.’
- ‘The attendees did not realize that they were serving as guinea pigs to identify the operational problems.’
- ‘Lecturers told attendees of the seminar that it is dangerous to experiment with any kind of drugs.’
- ‘Indeed, most people of any age would note the entrance of a tardy attendee.’
- ‘There will be a panel discussion, followed by refreshments for all attendees.’
- ‘Another report found the majority of attendees attend only one exhibition a year.’
- ‘One attendee likened the atmosphere at the conference to a hangover after the big party that was 2004.’
- ‘Among the attendees was a housewife who has attended the protest rally every year.’
- ‘Perhaps the first attendees could be those councillors responsible for ruining our city with their parking policies.’
- ‘People just kept standing up to hail lost loved ones, while more attendees wept.’
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