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plenary

1. (of assemblies, councils, etc.) attended by all the members
2. a book of the gospels or epistles and homilies read at the Eucharist
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In her new role as Senior Vice President, Angela will oversee operations delivery and asset management of all Plenary building projects in North America.
Chandrasekhar Rao have been put up all around the city and especially in and around the venue of the plenary.
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The committee is also holding a plenary meeting and members of the public are welcome to observe how the committee works.
The plenary session will be held on June 13-14 in Venice, Italy.
NCA bureau member Mohamed Salah Chairat told TAP news agency that the postponement was made because the plenary coincides with Moroccan king Mohamed VI's visit to Tunisia.
The summit will start with a plenary session on its theme.
28- Despite the presence of an estimated two-thirds of Hirak at the concluding plenary discussions on Monday, several Southern Movement members--known as Hirak--and Ansar Allah, known as the Houthis, denied reports that they are ending their boycott of the National Dialogue Conference's (NDC) final phase.
This is necessary to include this issue into agenda of the plenary sessions of the Parliament next week.
However, the State Department's Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner said that no date had been set for the plenary due to 'scheduling issues'.
By Manyang Mayom October 3, 2010 (JUBA) -- Rumbek the capital of Lakes state will hold an extraordinary Plenary Assembly of Sudan Catholic Bishops to discuss the referendum process.
The decline in the Supreme Court's plenary docket over the past thirty years has puzzled commentators.