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A regular itinerary of venues or events for touring lecturers or public speakers.
- ‘And the international lecture circuits and conference circuits are full of discussions of this kind.’
- ‘He long has been an active speaker on the health lecture circuits both in Canada and the United States.’
- ‘He continues to teach students in Oxford, and he remains active on the lecture circuits of America and Canada.’
- ‘In the late nineteenth century, it was popular to attend public lecture circuits and Chautauqua assemblies where people gathered to be educated, inspired, or entertained.’
- ‘Ahmed remains active on lecture circuits around the world where he is honored for his important work.’
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