- a member of a small group of persons gathered for formal public discussion, judging, playing a radio or television game, etc.
Origin of panelist
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Examples from the Web for panelist
And as Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Solow, a panelist at the event, pointed out: “Note that this is not a market failure.”Real Vs. Republican Populism: How to Win the War on Inequality
April 16, 2014
Lisa Goldman apparently attended a Yeshiva University event this week at which I was a panelist.What Bret Stephens Said At Yeshiva University
October 25, 2013
Panelist Kim Ruocco said her family suffered a devastating blow when her husband took his own life after serving in Iraq.
Panelist Lori Bell founded the National Association of Military Moms and Spouses.
The audience, however, greeted the panelist with a healthy dose of skepticism.The Ultra-Orthodox Women’s Revolution
November 13, 2012
In other words, I was not considered a panelist, but there were two station people and three panel people.Warren Commission (11 of 26): Hearings Vol. XI (of 15)
The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Word Origin and History for panelist
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