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convenor

A person at an NHS trust in the UK who convenes a meeting, often to resolve a conflict.
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Convene was represented by First Vice President Jared Freede, Senior VP Rocco Laginestra and Senior VP Michael Wellen of CBRE.
We request you to kindly lake up the issue and convene a special session of the Assembly at the earliest and oblige," he added.
Emma Morris, Matt's Convene Chair added, “The most visible ways you can see this is in the company's servant leadership culture and healthy growth rate.
According to the rules of the religious community, only the operating leadership, announced after a ruling of the Sofia City Court in 1996 by Nedim Gendzhev, could convene a meeting of the supreme authority and to choose a new Chief Mufti.
The Southern Historical Association will convene its 76th Annual Meeting on November 4, 2010, at the Westin Charlotte in Charlotte, North Carolina.
PNC Convenes in Ramallah Wednesday to Select PLO Exec.
5, the date being arranged by the government and the ruling coalition parties to convene the Diet session.
In the absence of structures or forums in which these institutions and individuals can come together, someone needs to convene them.
In addition, NBC-LEO will convene the following sessions: an African American heritage tour of Salt Lake City on Tuesday afternoon, December 3; its nominating committee hearing will be held on Wednesday, December 4, from 10:00 a.
Blacks In Government will convene for its 24th Annual National Training Conference in Atlanta, Aug.
John Kitzhaber will convene next month for the single purpose of balancing an out-of-whack state budget, Oregon's lawmakers should rein in their lawmaking hankerings and stick to the purpose for which they're being summoned to Salem.
Let's think about that while mulling over how much authority we really think we can convene at any given point in history.