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CONVOCATION, eccles. law. This word literally signifies called together. The assembly of the representatives of the clergy. As to the powers of convocations, see Shelf. on M. & D. 23., See Court of Convocation.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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This convocational address to the graduating student is an important reminder that success does not depend on intellectual smartness alone, unless one is also emotionally smart.
Interestingly, the tread for the Belgian data revealed that a security appeal yielded a more positive attitude toward the product advertised, but "this effect did not meet convocational levels of significance (t (140) = 1.68, p = .09).