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quorate

used to describe a meeting at which a QUORUM is present.
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Well I would say the number of times the Board met in quorate was actually six, and it should be up in there, but they are saying no, so it is not very clear.
Parliament met on Saturday to vote on a new electoral law, but not enough legislators turned up for the meeting to be quorate and a decision was delayed until Sunday.
This could be a collective decision taken at a quorate meeting held at the Bigg Market to impose a lower speed limit through direct action.
A Denbighshire council spokeswoman said: "A letter was sent to all councillors a few weeks ago as there were concerns that some scrutiny committees could have difficulties in being quorate.
I do not believe the accusations made in that letter have been approved at any quorate meeting of the P&RAOM, itself an unconstituted body, but are personal to the author of that letter.
Chairman Mr Jastrzebski said the crisis came at the recent AGM when it needed 25 people to make the meeting quorate - but only got 11.
Walker was informed that a quorate meeting of the national committee had not been held between 1986 and late 2006, and concluded that "the issue of the national secretary's salary or increases was never discussed or determined by the national committee".