For his part, FDR went into the Democratic Party convention refusing to declare his candidacy.
At their convention this weekend, Sarah Palin and her fans bashed big banks—and the idea of regulating them.
Howard Fineman, looking camera-ready as usual, wandered the convention hall looking for swag.
King reminisced about his convention and was astounded at how little bad-blood lingered.
I got some negative feedback for my unenthralled response to Chris Christie's convention speech.
For, in the words of that member of the convention who did not like the guillotine, to kill is not to reply.
In the twelfth month of 1792 a convention of reformers was held at Edinburgh.
How long did the Philadelphia convention continue in session?
He landed, fought, and won two battles, and signed the convention of Cintra.
We speak of nature and convention; they contrasted things that are by nature with things that are by law.
early 15c., "agreement," from Middle French convention and directly from Latin conventionem (nominative conventio) "meeting, assembly, covenant," noun of action from past participle stem of convenire (see convene).