forum

  1. a public meeting or assembly for open discussion
  2. a public facility to meet for open discussion
  3. a place of assembly for the people in ancient Greece

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A large open space surrounded by buildings in the centre of every Roman town. It was part marketplace, part law court, part religious district, part political arena, and was the place to go for the latest gossip. Each forum usually followed the same basic layout with 3 covered walkways for offices and shops making 3 sides of a square and the basili…...

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Open space in the middle of a town for markets and meeting people (like a market square)

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[Macedonian magazine] Forum is one of the oldest weekly political magazines in the Republic of Macedonia. It has been in publication since 1997. == Background == In 2007, Forum joined the Seavus Group. Even though, Forum is recognized as political magazine, but still, other fields like The Economy, Culture, and Life, cover significant part ...
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[Bangladesh] Forum is a Bangladeshi English-language monthly current affairs magazine. Founded in 1969 in the then East Pakistan, by human rights activist Hameeda Hossain and economist Rehman Sobhan, the magazine became renowned for its outspoken criticism against the West Pakistani establishment, and advocacy of democracy and economic refo...
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Latin, meaning: market place, town square.
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(Latin) civic and trade center where all manner of commerce, governmental and judicial procedings, and public assembly took place; the most famous forum was found in Rome, had been rebuilt in 54 BCE, and included buildings and landmarks such as the Curia Julia, Basilica Aemilia, the comitium, the rostra, the Volcanal, and the Lacus Curtius.
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[n] - a public meeting or assembly for open discussion 2. [n] - a public facility to meet for open discussion
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A site offering that allows visitors to post and read messages. Ideal for livening up a site and interacting with visitors.
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In an ancient Roman town, the meeting place and market, like the Greek agora. In Rome the Forum Romanum contained the Senate House, the public speaking platform, covered halls for trading, temples...
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A group of young people working in a group to make a change or get their voice heard at a local and national level.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20929

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Fo'rum noun ; plural English Forums , Latin Fora . [ Latin ; akin to foris , foras , out of doors. See Foreign .] 1. A market place or public place in Rome, where causes were judicially tried, and orations delivered to the people. 2. A tribu...
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assembly 1 meeting place noun a public facility to meet for open discussion
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noun a public meeting or assembly for open discussion
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• (n.) A market place or public place in Rome, where causes were judicially tried, and orations delivered to the people. • (n.) A tribunal; a court; an assembly empowered to hear and decide causes.
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(from the article `typography`) ...during a long career as a printer, editor, and typographer. In 1908 he began a long association with the Lanston Monotype Corporation, for which ...
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(from the article `Dutch literature`) The literary periodical Forum was founded in 1932 by Menno ter Braak and Edgar du Perron, leaders of a movement that aimed to replace superficial ... writer and critic, cofounder with Menno ter Braak of the influential Dutch literary journal Forum (1932–35), which aimed to replace superficial ....
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in Roman cities in antiquity, multipurpose, centrally located open area that was surrounded by public buildings and colonnades and that served as a ... [4 related articles]
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forum 1. A medium in which the public may debate an issue or express opinions; such as, in magazines, in newspapers, or on the radio and the TV. 2. A public meeting or assembly to openly discuss matters of general interest. 3. An internet discussion group for participants with common interests. 4. A law court or tribunal. 5. In ancient Rome, a.....
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See web forum.
Found on http://www.glossarycentral.com/website_hosting/forum.html

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[KQED] Forum is a two-hour live call-in radio program produced by KQED-FM, presenting discussions of local, state, national and international issues, and in-depth interviews. The program began in 1990 as a politics-oriented talk show, created and hosted by Kevin Pursglove. Since 1993, it has been hosted by scholar, author, professor, and fo...
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[Kolkata] Forum Mall is a shopping mall in the Bhowanipore area of Kolkata, India. It was initially conceived as an office tower; 80% of the foundation was complete before it was converted into a mall. Currently it covers 200,000 square feet of area and has 125,000 square feet of retail area, and was opened to the public with the launch of ...
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computer conference devoted to a specific subject and in which the messages are stored on a server, or in a database which may be centralized or decentralized NOTE 1 - A forum usually has an initiator, members, and possibly a moderator. NOTE 2 - In a forum, the messages are submitted and read asynchronously. Every user can read them at any moment. ...
Found on http://www.electropedia.org/iev/iev.nsf/display?openform&ievref=732-03-02

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A panel in which members talk freely with the audience.
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forum, market and meeting place in ancient Roman towns in Italy and later in the provinces, corresponding to the Greek agora. By extension the word forum often indicates the meeting itself in modern usage. The forum was usually square or rectangular in shape and had, among other buildings, a basilic...
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