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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsymposiumsym‧po‧si‧um /sɪmˈpəʊziəm $ -ˈpoʊ-/ noun (plural symposiums or symposia /-ziə/) [countable]  1 SEMEETa formal meeting in which people who know a lot about a particular subject have discussions about itconferencesymposium on a symposium on women’s health2 TCNa group of articles on a particular subject collected together in a book
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symposiumLater, a symposium on lipstick shades.I was there to speak at an international symposium on freedom of the press, sponsored by Hebrew University.For members of the International Rights Centre who are also attending the symposium, the cost is £50.At this point, a speaker, actually the convener of the symposium, interrupted me in mid-sentence.Why not use this exhibition, this symposium to explore new issues?This symposium will address the question of effects of chemical substances on reproductive systems to both females and males.symposium ona symposium on women's health
From Longman Business Dictionarysymposiumsym‧po‧si‧um /sɪmˈpəʊziəm-ˈpoʊ-/ noun (plural symposiums or symposia /-ziə/) [countable] a formal meeting in which people involved in a particular business or subject discuss itLondon will be the venue for the annual symposium.symposium onThere will be a company-sponsored symposium on degradable plastic and the environment.
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