Committee

All Noun
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  • Following the second reading, the bill is sent to a committee.
  • However that decision must be approved by the next higher level of the local party committee.
  • A "state committee" consists of the president of Parliament and four other members.
  • Community service is a major component of every club and committee's activities.
  • The president of the Assembly is also the president of the Committee as a whole.
  • As such, the committee's mission has shaped the campus and the university.
  • The executive committee continued to meet through the day.
  • He was being critical of the obscure language used by other committee members.
  • The committee's first report was issued in three parts.
  • It soon became apparent that the committee was too large for any further progress to be made quickly.
  • It had about as many members as the Central Committee.
  • These committees have either a small staff or no staff at all.
  • Included among the committee's members were several individuals criticised in his report.
  • There are also a number of other committees established to deal with specific issues.
  • At a mid-September meeting, the committee discussed the new language's name.
  • It is run by an executive committee and has been granted a charter of self-rule.
  • Judges are selected by a committee and appointed by the chief executive.
  • The bill was referred to committee on first reading in the Senate and has been there ever since.
  • It turned out to be the committee's last sitting and he became its youngest member ever.
  • The executive committee of the constitutional convention called the members together in July.
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Meaning of Committee

  • noun A special group delegated to consider some matter
    a committee is a group that keeps minutes and loses hours" - Milton Berle
  • noun A self-constituted organization to promote something