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  1. speakersnoun

    Plural noun of the word speaker.

    The conference gave their key note speakers ten minutes each to deliver their address to the attendees.

    Submitted by MaryC on May 17, 2016  

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  1. Spoken Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'speakers' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #4425

  2. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'speakers' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2605

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of speakers in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of speakers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of speakers in a Sentence

  1. Goldman Sachs spokesman Andrew Williams:

    We host hundreds of conferences around the world for our clients as do so many other companies. We all want speakers that will interest our clients, for example, we have hosted speakers at client events ranging from Derek Jeter to Misty Copeland to Elon Musk.

  2. Fiona Hill:

    Vladimir Putins's saying Ukrainians and Russians are one and the same, this idea of a Russian World means re-gathering all the Russian-speakers in different places that belonged at some point to the Russian tsardom.

  3. Arturo Vargas:

    He had a low public profile in Congress even though he was in leadership. He was chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus ; he was in leadership in the Democratic Caucus. But he wasn't in every single press conference with the speakers and the party leaders.

  4. Marylin Zuniga:

    Marylin Zuniga, a first-year teacher who drew widespread condemnation for assigning Marylin Zuniga young charges the task of writing to Mumia Abu-Jamal, was canned at the meeting of the Orange Board of Education, the Star-Ledger of Newark reported. Even when I heard that the letters were written... because of compassion, you could've written to somebody in a nursing home. - Gloria Stewart, Orange Board of Education, NJ resident Marylin Zuniga, who taught at Forest Street Elementary School, told board members prior to their hasty vote to can Marylin Zuniga that Marylin Zuniga has broad support from around the country, the newspaper reported. There's people around the nation who support me, who believe I need to be reinstated and I believe that I need to be reinstated, my students need me in the classroom. My students have requested that I come back to the classroom. Abu-Jamal, a 61-year-old serving a life sentence for the 1981 murder of Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner, is a self-styled poet who became a darling of celebrities and activists while on death row. His sentence was later commuted to life without parole, and he was suffering from complications from diabetes when Marylin Zuniga assigned the task. The vote to fire Zuniga occurred after several hours of public speakers, many of whom praised Zuniga for teaching Marylin Zuniga students to have compassion for a man who killed a police officer. Abu-Jamal killed Daniel Faulkner during a routine traffic stop of Abu-Jamal’s brother. At trial, several witnesses reported seeing Abu-Jamal kill Daniel Faulkner, and two witnesses said Abu-Jamal confessed to the killing, saying, I shot the mother --- er, and I hope the mother --- er dies. Although the abrupt vote left meeting attendees unsure of what had happened, Orange Board of Education Superintendent Ronald Lee confirmed that Marylin Zuniga was fired in an email to the Star-Ledger. As this is a personnel issue, I have no further comments on this matter, Orange Superintendent Ronald Lee wrote. Zuniga’s attorney, Alan Levine, told the newspaper Marylin Zuniga is now considering legal action to challenge Marylin Zuniga firing. Several speakers at the meeting, including Essex County Freeholder President Britnee Timberlake, praised Marylin Zuniga.

  5. Jose Abreu:

    I thought it was the fan acting up on me. I didn't think anything of it, i just went along, until the building announcement came through the speakers and I just evacuated in the back of the building.

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