Examples of confab in a Sentence
we had a little confab about the merits of the plan
after the requisite confab, we got down to business
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But the peak moments came and went, often within a phrase or two, a confab that felt short-circuited at times.
This is Downing’s first foray into Florida, but his company has previously produced marijuana confabs in Texas and Arizona, where Downing is based.
Reid was announced to speak at this year's confab last November.
The comedian, who barely got a mention at last year's upfront presentation, was the main attraction Wednesday at the network's 90-minute media buyer confab.
Here's a brief look at some things Apple might be planning for this year's WWDC: Hardware Apple (aapl, -0.34%) hasn't announced hardware at one of its developer confabs in years.
The annual confab, closed to the press and outside observers, was started by Bill Gates in 1997.
Neither side was willing to provide further details about the morning confab, which comes as lawmakers enter the final month of the spring legislative session and traditionally work to craft the state's annual spending plan.
Several thousand attended the weekend confab of the Midwest Political Science Association, with political scientists from around the globe and hundreds of papers and early research findings delivered.
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