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Minutes

The written record of an official proceeding. The notes recounting the transactions occurring at a meeting or official proceeding; a record kept by courts and corporations for future reference.

minutes

n. 1) the written record of meetings, particularly of Boards of Directors and/or Shareholders of corporations, kept by the secretary of the corporation or organization. 2) the record of courtroom proceedings, such as the start and recess of hearings and trials, names of attorneys, witnesses, and rulings of the court, kept by the clerk of the court or the judge. Such court minutes are not a transcript of everything that is said, which is taken down by the court reporter if recorded at all.

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* Board training, involvement and board meeting minutes are receiving greater scrutiny
EPUD's meeting minutes show that starting in 2009, the board of directors began meeting for lunch at restaurants outside its district boundaries at least once a month, and recording in its minutes little or nothing of what the board discussed at those sessions.
Search software from computer company IBM (NYSE:IBM) has been selected by Hurley Public School in South Dakota, USA, to help students, parents and the local community to locate and access homework assignments, educational information and board meeting minutes.
The online archives databases of the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention (http:// archives.imb.org/) include board meeting minutes of the then Foreign Mission Board (1845-1979) and the board's annual reports to the convention (1846-1953).
Full of information on the division, its committees, bylaws, meeting minutes, upcoming events, and contact information, the site is expected to soon have a page on which universities can post open personnel positions.
Take notes from important events, including meeting minutes.
Federal Reserve policymakers thought cutting inflation remained of ''greatest concern,'' according to their October meeting minutes released Wednesday.
* Because courts can only evaluate a Special Committee's decision by evaluating the adequacy of its processes, extensively document the directors' consideration of the plan in the committee meeting minutes and demonstrate that the committee was adequately informed;
A template for recording meeting minutes in tabular form included topic, report/discussion, conclusions/recommendations and, most importantly, expected follow-up.
The meeting minutes also indicate that "a number of other recycling organizations had only recently become aware of the standards harmonization Initiative.
And although there was no support for complete liberalisation either, meeting minutes showed "a large number of delegations" supported the Commission's proposals, which the council secretariat regards as "profound reform".
The sidebars call attention to excerpts of speeches, interviews, meeting minutes, and books that highlight Mandela's ideas about life in South Africa, adding to the book's appeal.