|NOUN || videoconference | videoconferences |
|VERB || to videoconference | videoconferenced | videoconferenced|
videoconferencing | videoconferences
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- On 24 October 2018, a videoconference was organized between the Friendship Groups of the upper houses of the Russian and Argentine Parliaments.
- A "videoconference system" is generally higher cost than a videophone and deploys greater capabilities.
- ... 2014) is the use of telehealth/videoconference technology for the remote administration of neuropsychological tests.
- During his first court appearance by videoconference from his hospital bed, Ny St-Amand allegedly hit a police officer. He was nevertheless declared fit to stand trial.
- In 2021, he was subject to controversy when, during a parliamentary commission debate held through videoconference, he unwittingly turned his microphone on and was overheard insulting a legislative aide.
- And on 19 April 2022, the leaders met and discussed at a videoconference about their coordinated efforts to impose severe economic costs to hold Russia accountable.
- The following day, he acknowledged that he misspoke about the “500 countries” when he meant to say that the videoconference had 500 participants, from 50 countries.
- Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina inaugurated this service by videoconference from Dhaka on 25 May 2019. This named train service will run seven days a week.
- In June 2018, he recorded a videoconference in support of the Ukrainian director in prison, Oleh Sentsov.
- The following four cities have been participating in the preparation stage and joined the briefings via videoconference/conference call.
- On 1 September 2022, Lee announced after his videoconference that people would be allowed to "reverse quarantine" in Hong Kong for 7 days before traveling to Guangzhou.
- In cooperation with Contact North, 112 online training centres and 31 videoconference rooms are also available throughout the Collège Boréal network.
- Dr. Abbass has also published on the use of videotape and videoconference for training in short term psychotherapy.
- In 2012, Julian Assange has taken part by videoconference. In other sessions for example speaker "Markus Franz" posed the question of the Wikipedias in the future.
- In later years, the project's infrastructure also included a large number of set top videoconference units, as well as several dozen videoconferencing units for conference rooms.
- On 15 December 2010, the "Los Angeles Times" published a feature by Joe Mozingo entitled "Coming to terms with Sadism" which told the story of one man's experience of the October videoconference.
- MeBeam was a video chat website, that allowed any user to create videoconference rooms for up to 16 people. MeBeam did not require registration, login or downloading of software.
- The lab has at its disposal the videoconference systems for organization of IP videoconferences.
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