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It’s usually a tangle of A- through D-list celebrities, former football greats and not-so-greats, all roaming the halls of a convention hall, hawking everything from rental cars to pot supplements.
Aside from protections for health, hygiene, and other living conditions, the convention specifies that no agreement between the parties supersedes its protections while occupation continues.
I know now, though, that enough people found each other over the Internet and discovered that they shared this passion that entire conventions dedicated to furries emerged.
After three marathon meetings, the party voted Saturday to stick with its plan to hold a convention.
In February 1823, two-thirds of the state’s House of Representatives — the required quorum — passed a resolution calling for a convention to change the Illinois Constitution to legalize slavery.
Republicans plan to pick their nominee May 1 at a party-run convention.
I will probably encounter this person at a future industry convention.
MISS MANNERS: FORMER COLLEAGUE’S OMISSION IS PUZZLINGJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINJANUARY 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The naming conventions could be streamlined a bit, but it’s a small complaint in the grand scheme.
In short, despite the plan for CES to stay virtual, there will be no shortage of big new TVs to check out—they just won’t be forming giant video walls in a convention hall.
The organizers of the convention, whose ideas about women’s rights had been simmering for at least a decade, took the first step on a path that led to the 19th Amendment, which, after it was ratified in 1920, granted American women the right to vote.

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