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... At the first „Wizards of OS“ conference in July 1999 a spontaneous discussion round was founded after the panel „New Economy?“ ... In April 2001 the first Oekonux conference was organized in Dortmund followed by a second conference in November 2002 in Berlin ... The third conference took place in Vienna in May 2004, where Creative Commons Austria was launched ...
... and field team started in 1922 under coach Henry Schulte who led the Huskers to nine conference titles before his retirement ... His assistant Ed Weir replaced Schulte and won five addition indoor conference titles before moving on to be the assistant athletic director ... national championships, with 42 all-American athletes and 103 individual conference champions in combined indoor and outdoor track and field ...
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... The Illini-Badger Football Conference (IBFC) was an athletic conference with the NCAA's Division III ... They participated in other athletic conferences in other sports ... The conference's last season was in 2007 ...
... Conference Quarterfinals Conference Semifinals Conference Finals Finals E1 Toronto 4 E8 Sudbury 3 E1 Toronto 4 E7 Brampton 1 E2 Ottawa 3 E7 Brampton 4 E1 Toronto 2 E3 Mississauga 4 E4 Barrie 4 E5 ...
More definitions of "conference":
- (noun): A discussion among participants who have an agreed (serious) topic.
Synonyms: group discussion
- (noun): An association of sports teams that organizes matches for its members.
Famous quotes containing the word conference:
“Reading maketh a full man; conference a ready man; and writing an exact man.”
—Francis Bacon (15611626)
“For 350 years we have been taught that reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man and writing an exact man. Footballs place is to add a patina of character, a deference to the rules and a respect for authority.”
—Walter Wellesley (Red)
“Politics is still the mans game. The women are allowed to do the chores, the dirty work, and now and thenbut only occasionallyone is present at some secret conference or other. But its not the rule. They can go out and get the vote, if they can and will; they can collect money, they can be grateful for being permitted to work. But that is all.”
—Mary Roberts Rinehart (18761958)