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Some years ago, at a symposium on the animal mind hosted by New York University, one of the presenters attempted to pour cold water on certain widespread assumptions.
In addition to their online classwork, students attend a twice-a-year symposium at the Rockville campus.
Big Pharma should not be funding physicians’ medical educations or sponsoring national symposia.
The ἁγὡν of the Greeks is also manifested in the Symposium in the shape of witty conversation.
But Plato has not the same mastery over his instrument which he exhibits in the Phaedrus or Symposium.
TIMAEUSPLATO
Or at times, it would be an interview or my uncle's contribution to some symposium on the "Secret of Success," or such-like topic.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
She was extremely clear-headed in her reason, and referred them to the Symposium and the dialogue on Lysis, to prove her point.
DODO'S DAUGHTERE. F. BENSON
Some illustrious strangers appear to have been occasionally invited to attend the symposium.
THE BOOK-HUNTERJOHN HILL BURTON
At last, after drinking in an hour or two of scenery and sake combined, the symposium of poets breaks up.
One is feasted on dismal thoughts on every hand until it becomes a regular symposium of sorrow.

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