colloquium

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1. General: Seminar or training program in which the participants determine the subject to be covered and its scope.
2. Law: Submission by a plaintiff to show how associated circumstances (or extrinsic evidence) makes a statement defamatory even if it does not explicitly mention him or her.

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The scientist would e attending the colloquium with his peers tomorrow where they would discuss a lot of different issues.
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The colloquium enjoyed by the new communications team was exemplified and displayed brightly and up front for the other departments.
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Covering all of the colloquium at a seminar can take some time but it is important that everyone knows how to do things properly.
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