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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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The plenary session organised on Wednesday is devoted to the examination of several economic and financial bills.
About 83 bishops, 73 of them active and five retired, attended the ongoing three-day plenary assembly held at the Pope Pius XII Catholic Center in Manila.
Opposition Senator Leila de Lima, meanwhile, attended 59 plenary sessions prior to her detention in Camp Crame.
Gbajabiamila ordered the clerk to delegate some members of staff to check the entire sound system days before the commencement of plenary.
One United States Dollar currently costs One Hundred and Eighty-five Liberian Dollars or more, far above the LRD150 to US$1.00 set by the Central Bank of Liberia sometimes last year.The Senator urges plenary to take prompt action in having this matter resolved.
The Australian meeting will be only the third plenary council to held anywhere in the world since World War II; the Philippines held one in 1991 and Poland in 1993.
The decision was taken at the FATF Plenary held during 20-22 February 2019 in Paris, the Central Bank of Sri Lanka said.
He was speaking at the first plenary session on US Poliy in a Changing Middle East.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will take part in the plenary session 'Sustainable Energy for a Changing World' during the Russian Energy Week International Forum.
class="MsoNormalThe audit report further exposed cases of disregard of plenary decisions, falsification and or delay in signing of minutes.
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Intergovernmental Group on Tea (IGG Tea) returned to Hangzhou, China, for the 23rd Plenary Session, which took place 17-20 May.