sounding board


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Synonyms for sounding board

a person whose reactions to something serve as an indication of its acceptability

(music) resonator consisting of a thin board whose vibrations reinforce the sound of the instrument

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As with all products sold at Sounding Board HTP, they will come to your home and show you in person the benefits of your designs.
By June, as the growth slows and temperatures rise, the length is increased to four inches--another suggestion from The Sounding Board.
Our family dog, Bailey, was also a great sounding board.
But while most CEOs use a wide variety of sounding boards, 80pc of those with more than 10 years' experience only draw on board and executive team members, something the report author believes is far from ideal.
SP: Well, they really act as a sounding board and casting advisor for the director and make suggestions large and small; they also organize the meetings, all the auditions, negotiate contracts with the actors, maybe call agents and check actor availability.
RTM&J's Sounding Board service provides marketers access to top-level consultants for as little as $670 per month for four hours of senior level consulting talent.
The next Sounding Board meeting is Tuesday, January 25, from 11:30 a.
Having served on both the national and international boards of directors for Catholic Engaged Encounter, whose motto is "A wedding is a day; a marriage is a lifetime," I can agree with much of what is said in Conway's Sounding Board.
I tried to be a sounding board for people who work at City Hall, but everyone seemed more consumed with who I am than anything else,'' the blogger said during an e-mail exchange with the Daily News.
Witnesses to Montana's turbulent journey are William, a platonic childhood friend who is always there when she needs him, and Muggly, her loyal cat and faithful sounding board.
Participants were asked to provide perspective and insight about the electronic waste or "e-waste" process to help improve best management practices, and to act as a sounding board for outreach ideas and activities.
com)-- With small businesses needing all the help they can get these days, ActionCOACH of Connecticut, part of the world's largest business coaching network, has started Sounding Board.
That space is The Sounding Board, at http://soundingboard.
The July interview with Father Robert Silva, ("Men in black") followed immediately by the Sounding Board ("True faith waits") by Christina Zaker struck me instantly as "confirmation" (if you'll pardon the weak pun) of two conclusions I reached a good while back.
But planning for the transition fell to Elkholy and her group of 70 parents and administrators, which acted as the district's sounding board on growth and development.