keynote address

NOUN
  1. a speech setting forth the keynote
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How To Use keynote address In A Sentence

  • She picked up the gauntlet in her incisive Keynote Address to the Conference.
  • But then we got an update e-mail last week saying the institute, chaired by former senator Wyche Fowler (D-Ga.) and with former ambassador to Pakistan Wendy Chamberlin as its president, had snagged former president Bill Clinton to deliver the keynote address, titled "Embracing Our Common Humanity. Who gets the first subpoena in a Republican-controlled House?
  • In his keynote address to the Labour Party conference in Killarney, Rabbitte lacerated the government for breaking its election promises and operating behind closed doors.
  • CEO Carly Fiorina gave attendees of her 2005 CES keynote address a preview.
  • All that changed last August when she gave the keynote address on the first night of the Democratic national convention. Times, Sunday Times
  • She was the first black woman to make a keynote address to the national convention of a major political party.
  • The prime minister delivered the keynote address at the conference.
  • His keynote address was thought provoking.
  • The founder of the company has been invited to give the keynote address. Times, Sunday Times
  • In a wide ranging keynote address at the 2007 Influence Forum, ICANN CEO Paul Twomey told the audience that virtual worlds are the future of global commerce.
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