attendeenoun

  • ja〔会議などの〕出席者
  • ena person who is present at a specific time or place

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You list some attendees at a big meeting that Facebook had.
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Who attended this?
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There were 13 different CMOs or the chief marketing officers, or very, very senior executives at some of the world's biggest brands.
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And you're exactly right.
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These are the people who have the largest ad budgets.
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Unilever, for example, who's quoted pretty extensively in the story, I believe that they are the world's second largest advertiser.
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Globalization has helped hundreds of millions of people out of poverty.
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There are losers, too.
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And the people's suffering are driving the political agenda in the Western world as I'm hearing here.
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The attendees at Davos, the delegates, the participants, those with white badges like this,
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do they understand or are they simply being defensive?
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Some attendees consider it a pilgrimage.
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The Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting in Omaha, Nebraska.
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Ping pong, popsicles, and picture taking with Warren Buffet, all part of what's become known as Berkshire weekend.
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And there's some news regarding this year's Burning Man Festival,
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which regularly draws more than 80,000 attendees to the Nevada desert.
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This year, Burning Man may require COVID-19 vaccines for admission.
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They don't want an outbreak of COVID.
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But don't worry, you'll still be able to get all of the other diseases traditionally available at Burning Man.
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Since the enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990,
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concert venues have been required to provide interpreters for deaf attendees.
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When asking to get services, that is the biggest barrier that we have in the world today.
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It's vitally important that concert venues hire interpreters who understand the emotional power of music.