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Synonyms for conferee

one who participates in a conference

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a person on whom something is bestowed

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a member of a conference

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He said that the conferees also called for supporting the native administration.
He added: "The conferees also agreed on the need to combat the phenomena of corruption, and radical reforms and strategy in all sectors of the state through clear mechanisms and ways, and within specific timing; in order to ensure the success of the work of the next government.
He noted that the proposal was well-received by the conferees.
It is critical that conferees use this opportunity to not only agree upon a budget for FY2014 but also to take steps to place the country on a more sustainable fiscal course over the long-term," said Maya MacGuineas, head of the Campaign to Fix the Debt.
On the Democratic side, the conferees will be Senate Agriculture Committee Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow, along with Sens.
That could be a sticking point for House conferees, who along with Aycock include state Reps.
The conferees also urged Arab and Islamic countries to support efforts of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to implement a United Nations (UN) resolution on combating defamation of religions, religious intolerance and incitement to hatred on the basis of religion or beliefs.
Conferees said that industrial investments contribute to reducing immigration.
The conferees issued a joint statement expressing "concern at intimidations and condemn(ed) attempts to hinder the work of the STL.
While the financial regulatory reform legislation approved in the House did not address swipe-fee reform, the Senate conferees stood firm in their insistence that some version of the amendment introduced by Sen.
House-Senate Appropriation Committee conferees met November 7 and agreed to a common position on Fiscal Year 2006 funding for the U.
Conferees generally supported the hypothesis that early exposures to environmental toxicants could later affect the brain and that such associations are biologically plausible (De la Fuente-Fernandez and Calne 2002).
The Speaker of the House and presiding officer of the Senate appoint conferees for their respective chambers.
Further, the House-Senate conferees advised OSHA "to take no further action with regard to respiratory protection for occupational exposure to TB until such time as the (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has completed the ongoing revisions of its TB guidelines.
Senator John Warner (R-VA), chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, and Senator Carl Levin, ranking member, announced today that the Senate and House conferees reached agreement on the Ronald W.