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convene

to order to appear before a court of law, judge, tribunal, etc.

CONVENE, civil law. This is a technical term, signifying to bring an action.

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He has a strong thirst to live and lead in ways which produce excellent business results while caring for people and honoring God,” said Chris Duncan, CEO of Convene. Emma Morris, Matt's Convene Chair added, “The most visible ways you can see this is in the company's servant leadership culture and healthy growth rate.”
According to the rules of the religious community, only the operating leadership, announced after a ruling of the Sofia City Court in 1996 by Nedim Gendzhev, could convene a meeting of the supreme authority and to choose a new Chief Mufti.
The Southern Historical Association will convene its 76th Annual Meeting on November 4, 2010, at the Westin Charlotte in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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''I have decided that I'd like to convene (the next Diet session) in mid-September by taking into consideration comprehensively many situations,'' Fukuda told reporters, adding that he would like to set the opening date by early next week.
In the absence of structures or forums in which these institutions and individuals can come together, someone needs to convene them.
That obviously prompted the Meath board and a motion was carried on Monday to convene a SIC and allow Geraghty to defend himself against the ban, given for allegedly interfering with referee Jim Smith in a club game last August.
OSHA has formally requested the Small Business Office of Advocacy to convene a crystalline silica Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act (SBREFA) panel for this year Under U.S.
It will also convene workshops, "Overcoming Language Barriers To Serve Your Constituents," cosponsored with APAMO on Friday, December 6, from 10:45 a.m.--12:15 p.m., and "Changing Faces: From Smaller Cities to Urban Neighborhoods," cosponsored with APAMO and NBC-LEO on Saturday, December 7, from 11:00 a.m.
As chairman of the WAF Advisory Board, Bolger--former prime minister of New Zealand--will convene the 2003 World Congress, which will feature heads-of-state who will define the most pressing concerns facing their respective countries and how they are managing these concerns to ensure their citizens' food supply.
* African American Women In Business Conference will convene in Baltimore, Aug.