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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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How do we gain the plenary indulgence in this Year of Mercy?
Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Mackenzie Health (MH) selected Plenary Health after extensive evaluations following a fair, open and transparent request for proposals process that began in June 2015.
Two amendments introduced by Ashley Fox (ECR, UK) and supported by a majority in plenary allowed for the deletion of the first period of the October session in Strasbourg, and to divide the second into two separate periods.
On Thursday, October 24, a plenary session on "Implications of transboundary crumb rubber shipments" will feature a panel discussing the movement of crumb rubber between jurisdictions and the implications this has on recyclers and producers.
How can we best understand this distinction of a plenary and a partial indulgence?
Davao Archbishop Romulo Valles is expected to lead the first plenary assembly for 2018 from January 22 to 29.
The head of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) has called on the faithful to pray for the bishops who are set to gather for their Plenary Assembly this month in Cebu City.
TAP) -- The House of People's Representatives (HPR) will hold, on Saturday, January 6, 2018, a plenary session devoted to oral questions to members of the Government.
Group committee recently issued a circular calling earnestly study and implement the party's eighteen session of the Sixth Plenary Session.
ISLAMABAD -- The next 76th Plenary Meeting of International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC) would be hosted by Uzbekistan in October 2017.
Hyderabad: Hyderabad has turned pink as the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samiti has pulled out all stops to make its first plenary after the formation of Telangana state a big show of strength.
Plenary BV House, in Middlesbrough's Queens Square, is in a thriving commercial quarter of the town - labelled by its developers Plenary Project Solutions Ltd (PPSL) as the "home of Middlesbrough's founding fathers".