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round table

1. noun An open discussion between several people. I think we all need to get together and have a round table to come up with a solution to this problem.
2. adjective (often hyphenated) Featuring open discussion between several people. I think we all need to get together and have a round-table meeting to come up with a solution to this problem.
3. (usually capitalized) The table where the legendary King Arthur and his knights would gather. I'm currently reading a book about King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
4. (usually capitalized) A shorthand way to refer to King Arthur and his knights as a group. Morgan Le Fay is a known enemy of the Round Table.
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Such an individual seated in his arm-chair, his mug of ale frothing on the round table before him, is to be seen in any circuit of five or six miles among these hills, if you go at the right time after dinner.
Baroness Shilton, a friend of Petritsky's, with a rosy little face and flaxen hair, resplendent in a lilac satin gown, and filling the whole room, like a canary, with her Parisian chatter, sat at the round table making coffee.
Each member of the round table reflects on how well they embody a particular value (for instance, listening), share briefly, and then make a positive statement about how they will improve that skill in the coming week.
With GFG's proven track record of acquiring and building brands, Round Table Pizza will benefit from the organisation's franchising expertise and GFG will utilise its category leading brand synergies to drive sales, grow the Round Table business and add to the success of the GFG portfolio.
It came after a donation made by the Round Table to the unit, and Wendy Kilner, ward manager, and her team, invited them to see how donations support the unit's work.
The organisers of the Round Table are cooperating closely with the Munich Security Conference and its Chairman Wolfgang Ischinger.
Representing the Round Table was fellowship officer Trevor Burridge and Douglas Lancaster, pictured shaking hands with the mayor, who was the chairman the year before | Above: Jobless handymen in East Cleve-|land got some new workmates in January 1984 when Guisborough and District Round Table presented Skelton Impasse Centre with three new Workmate benches and two hammer drills.
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The round table will be discussing issues related to developments affecting bank and sovereign credits in Sri Lanka, the Asia Pacific region and globally.
The Round Table will be selling Santa suits at the Penkridge Victorian Fayre on Friday, November 30, at Penkridge Market.
The round table to discuss Kyrgyzstan's military doctrine will be held in the Military Training Center in Koi Tash village on September 25.
The Round Table members are collecting donations in aid of 13-year-old Paige Bailey, who suffers from a rare form of cerebral palsy and is due to go to America in February for life-changing surgery.
The Spokesman further added that the Round Table Conference has been summoned to pull country out of present political and economic crises at the earliest.
The round table has two main topics on its agenda: Economic and social rights in China and in the EU' and Sustainable development and water'.
Invitees to the round table are determined based on several criteria, among which are nominations by earlier attendees, courses that invitees teach, their presentations and writings, and their professional involvement in a relevant area of interest.
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