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Town Hall

A meeting in which management makes a presentation to all staff, followed by a question and answer session. Town halls are sometimes accused of being scripted in order to give the appearance of transparency without actually providing any useful information.
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A simple salu-salo shared by Secretary Cayetano, Mayor Lani Cayetano, members of the Philippine delegation to the ASEAN-FMR, Embassy officers and staff and members of the Filipino community in Singapore, culminated the townhall meeting.
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Python Properties partner Martin Johnson said: "This development is so much more than returning the TownHall to its prestige condition; it's about helping to regenerate a community.
His comments came during a townhall style meeting in Kansas City, Missouri, where he was peppered with questions about the decisions last year to rescue so-called "too-big-to-fail companies" like insurance giant American International Group, whose collapse could have damaged the global economy.
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Chuck DeFeo, a veteran online manager most recently working at TownHall.
The man did raise his hands, but then said, "Don't shoot me," and began moving toward the pastor, reported Townhall.
Commentator Cal Thomas, in an opinion column posted on TownHall.
Next, I'll be in Mill Valley, California, on May 5 for another impeachment townhall event.
Virtually all of his townhall sessions with CEOs had been devoted to him telling CEOs what his vision was and why they should support it.
I think of it as an appetite," Rumsfeld said at a Pentagon townhall gathering.
These paving stones were only laid this year and are centuries old, to remain in keeping with the centuries-old townhall.