They used to stand up in conference and say, ‘Quit worrying about it, we’ve got it all taken care of.
Canceling the conference may actually underscore an obvious divide within the church itself on the topic.
The Norwegian foreign ministry, however, donated around $80,000 to the conference this year.
Actress Ellen Page came out of the closet on Valentine's Day at a Human Rights Campaign conference in Las Vegas.
What are they thinking at Big Ten conference headquarters these days?
The next day Christopher Straight was called into the conference.
Why did the Ambassadors' conference arrive at this peculiar decision?
It was hoped to anticipate the demands of the conference by a scheme of reform wider than they were likely to advise.
After a short time the Indians all left the cabin, and the white men held a conference together, narrating past events.
I suggest that the States whose delegates have not addressed the conference, should have the preference.
1550s, "act of conferring," from Middle French conférence (15c.), from Medieval Latin conferentia, from Latin conferens, present participle of conferre (see confer). Meaning "formal meeting for consultation" is from 1580s.