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01. The candidates discussed the issues at a public [forum] in the community center.
02. A staff meeting is not a proper [forum] to air personal disagreements with your colleagues.
03. True democracy allows an exchange of ideas in a completely open [forum].
04. My biology prof just uses our class as a [forum] to talk about his own research.
05. An email discussion list can often be a great [forum] for exchanging ideas.
06. Over 5,000 programmers are expected to gather Tuesday through Thursday in Los Angeles at the annual software developers' [forum].
07. Doctors and other health care professionals are invited to participate in a [forum] on "End of Life Decisions'' on Monday at the General Hospital.
08. Please be aware that posting your name in an online discussion [forum] places your personal information into a public [forum].
09. Our high school radio show provides a [forum] for young people in our area to examine issues which are important to them.
10. The minor hockey association is hosting a [forum] to look at ways of improving the skills of our young players.
11. Weekly staff meetings should not be allowed to develop into a [forum] for discussion of personal issues.
12. The mayor has set up a system of monthly [forums] for the public to look at various development options in the city.
13. The human rights [forum] held during the conference attracted speakers from around the world.
14. Online chat rooms offer people a [forum] to talk about anything and everything with complete anonymity.
15. Adlai Stevenson once wrote that the first principle of a free society is an untrammelled flow of words in an open [forum].

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  • forum — forum …   Dictionnaire des rimes

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  • FORUM — Place publique de Rome et des villes romaines. Comme la ville grecque, et à la différence des villes orientales, la ville italique possède en son centre une place où les citoyens se réunissent pour traiter d’affaires politiques ou économiques. À… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Forum — may refer to: *Forum (Roman), open public space in the middle of a Roman city *Roman Forum, most famous example of a Forum (Roman) *Forum (legal), designated space for public expression in the USA *Internet forum, discussion board on the… …   Wikipedia

  • Forum — (lateinisch forum, ursprünglich „Umplankung“, später „Marktplatz“, „Versammlungsort“; Plural: Foren oder Fora) steht für: Forum (Platz), in der römischen Antike der Stadt und Marktplatz, meist auch Gerichtsstätte und Ort der Volksversammlung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • forum — fo·rum / fō rəm/ n 1: public forum 2 a: a judicial body or assembly: court allowed the defendant in a state court action to choose the federal forum by removing the case M. H. Redish …   Law dictionary

  • forum — fo‧rum [ˈfɔːrəm] noun [countable] 1. an organization, meeting, TV programme etc where people have a chance to publicly discuss an important subject: forum for • The journal provides a forum for discussion and debate. 2. COMPUTING a group of… …   Financial and business terms

  • Forum — Forum, ein Platz der römischen Städteanlagen, zum Teile gleichbedeutend mit unsern Marktplätzen; so gab es in Rom ein Forum boarium (Rindermarkt), ein Forum olitorium (Gemüsemarkt), ein Forum cupedinis (Naschmarkt) u.s.w.; dann hatte aber auch… …   Lexikon der gesamten Technik

  • FORUM — an a ferendo, quod eo controversias suas et quae ven dere vellent, conferrent, ut voluit Varro: an a voce foras, quod sc. foras et sub dio sit, ut alii: an a fando, ut Isid. sentit, dictum, varias habet significationes: quibus omnissis, de iis… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Forum 18 — ist eine christliche norwegische Menschenrechtsorganisation, die sich auf der Grundlage des Artikel 18 der Allgemeinen Erklärung der Menschenrechte zum Ziel setzt, religiöse Freiheit für alle zu etablieren. Der durch Forum 18 eingerichtete… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • forum — FÓRUM, forumuri, s.n. Adunare, întrunire (de mare amploare şi importanţă). – Din lat., fr. forum. Trimis de tavilis, 04.06.2008. Sursa: DEX 98  fórum s. n., pl. fórumuri Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic  FÓRUM …   Dicționar Român

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