But yes, I'd like to 'round-table' that, as Ed Meese would say.
In the summer he hosts a round-table talk show on WLIU FM, the National Public Radio affiliate in Southhampton, NY.
After some conversation on preparation for Commencement day, the round-table adjourned.
I was thinking of our round-table argument when the proposition was considered.
We had at Island Park the other day in a round-table conference, a very interesting exercise of that kind.
For he who can call but one soul on earth his friend is blessed, and sits at the round-table of the gods.
It was to be a general sacrifice, a round-table of magnanimity.
They don't believe much in these round-table conferences and European plots.
Bring written questions, words, anything and everything for our round-table that will prove of interest.
The final meeting of the round-table will take place on Friday at five oclock.
also roundtable, 1826 in reference to a gathering of persons in which all are accorded equal status (there being no head of a round table.) King Arthur's Round Table is attested from c.1300, translating Old French table ronde (1155, in Wace's Roman de Brut).