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Telecom Finance events uniquely draw together professional practitioners in finance, law and TMT firms and provide a platform for informative debate focused on telecom markets and the financial services that enable the transition currently occurring in the sector.
The second annual event was expected to draw together about 800 people, mostly young families, and 70 businesses, from day care and cleaning services to toy makers and karate studios.
For example, by allowing researchers to draw together data from scores of different randomized medical trials, Protege helps them better understand diseases.
We see him gradually draw together his radio family - Fred Norris with his wit like wildfire and his personality like wallpaper, that unflappable counter-banterer Robin Quivers, filthy gag man Jackie Martling who makes Howard seem classy by comparison, all expertly playing themselves - and come up with such groundbreakers as the first nude woman on radio.
0 did little to draw together communities around common interests in any sort of meaningful way.