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convention

nonlegal rules of conduct with respect to other persons generally. In a professional sense means rules of conduct in relation to clients.
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We talked to officials from the Democratic, Libertarian and Republican parties to help us explain how to navigate the convention system.
It's also easy - all you have to do is vote, show up for the convention and fill out some forms.
to enact an amendment, but no convention has ever been called.
Yet, the convention method has not been employed either to enact
AMI International Meat, Poultry & Seafood Industry Convention and Exposition American Meat Institute
2012 Annual National Convention & Industry Exposition
It was not until December 24, 1969, after being ratified by President Richard Nixon upon the advice and consent of the Senate, that the Vienna Convention became enforceable in the United States.
Today, most countries--170 different nations--are party to the Vienna Convention.
3) Exacerbating the problem was the movement of nearly all the freed slaves to denominations of their own, particularly to what would become the National Baptist Convention.
It's important for all DAV and Auxiliary delegates attending our National Convention to obtain proper credentials in order to be seated as voting delegates representing their Department, Chapter or Unit," National Adjutant Arthur H.
While it is always beneficial to share the basics of women's basketball, the WBCA National Convention also serves as a time to celebrate the achievements of our membership and supporters by paying tribute to them for their unselfish dedication to the sport through our many prestigious awards.
The Convention Preview, containing detailed information and convention and hotel registration forms, has been mailed to every League.