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  • n  the quantity a room will hold

  • Describing top-level meetings, O'Neill tells Suskind that during the course of his two years the President was "like a blind man in a roomful of deaf people.
  • Buy one, or to get the full-fledged outdoorsy effect, a whole roomful.
  • Less than three hours later, before a roomful of reporters, DeLay addressed a Texas grand jury's charge that he and two political associates conspired to funnel $155,000 in illegal .
News & Articles

  • Mary Wilson sings in ceremony feting Rep. Dingell
    WASHINGTON (AP) — A Capitol ceremony honoring Rep. John Dingell for becoming Congress's longest-serving member in history featured the expected, such as praise and jokes from Vice President Joe Biden and House Speaker John Boehner. It included the unexpected — a pointed pitch to a roomful of congressional leaders and lawmakers by Cardinal Theodore McCarrick for controversial immigration ...
    June 13, 2013 - Associated Press via Yahoo! News
  • Cool Deal Fan Club aims to cool off the county
    ANGLETON – United Way of Brazoria County’s Director of Resource Development, Susan Cooman, recently announced the “official kick off of this year’s Cool Deal Fan Club” to a roomful of stakeholders. In
    June 8, 2013 - Pearland Journal
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in AHN
    I recognize that this room shared the same passion that a roomful of my supporters would show. I do not expect that passion to be transferred,Obama told Clinton's supporters, according to AFP. "Senator Clinton and I at our core agree...
  • John Leonard in FOXNews
    In accepting his honorary award, Leonard joked about appearing before "a roomful of people so innocent of the profit motive."
  • Ellen DeGeneres in The Province
    I'll tell you what I do know,DeGeneres said, addressing the hundreds of hopefuls gathered for Hollywood Week auditions. "I do know what it's like to stand on stage and try and please a roomful of people. That is hard to do."

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