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The term Toastmaster may refer to an individual [[member]] of a [[club]] [{Toastmasters International]].  Alternatively, the term may refer to an individual acting as a [[Toastmaster of the Day]] or [{Contest Toastmaster]] at a [[meeting]] or [[contest]].   
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The term Toastmaster may refer to an individual [[member]] of a [[club]] [[Toastmasters International]].  Alternatively, the term may refer to an individual acting as a [[Toastmaster of the Day]] or [[Contest Toastmaster]] at a [[meeting]] or [[contest]].   
  
 
The term Toastmasters may refer multiple individual described above, or it may be used as an abbreviation of the entire organization, as in "Toastmasters has just elected a new International Board of Directors."
 
The term Toastmasters may refer multiple individual described above, or it may be used as an abbreviation of the entire organization, as in "Toastmasters has just elected a new International Board of Directors."

Revision as of 13:48, 17 June 2016

The term Toastmaster may refer to an individual member of a club Toastmasters International. Alternatively, the term may refer to an individual acting as a Toastmaster of the Day or Contest Toastmaster at a meeting or contest.

The term Toastmasters may refer multiple individual described above, or it may be used as an abbreviation of the entire organization, as in "Toastmasters has just elected a new International Board of Directors."