council

[n] - a body serving in an administrative capacity 2. [n] - a meeting of people for consultation
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council

In local government in England and Wales, a popularly elected local assembly charged with the government of the area within its boundaries. Under the Local Government Act 1972,...
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Council

Coun'cil (koun'sĭl) noun [ French concile , from Latin concilium ; con- + calare to call, akin to Greek ......... to call, and English hale , v., haul . Confer Conciliate . This word is often confounded with counsel , with which it has n
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council

noun a meeting of people for consultation; `emergency council`
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Council

• (n.) A body of man elected or appointed to constitute an advisory or a legislative assembly; as, a governor`s council; a city council. • (n.) Act of deliberating; deliberation; consultation. • (n.) An assembly of men summoned or convened for consultation, deliberation, or advice; as, a council of physicians for consultation in a cr
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council

(from the article `Native American art`) Perhaps the greatest positive force to appear in some time are the Indian tribal councils and economic development boards, many of which support the ...
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council

in the Christian Church, a meeting of bishops and other leaders to consider and rule on questions of doctrine, administration, discipline, and other ... [1 related articles]
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council

  1. a body serving in an administrative capacity
  2. a meeting of people for consultation

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Council

A council is an assembly met for deliberation, or to give advice. The term specially applies to an assembly of the representatives of independent churches, convened for deliberation and the enactment of canons or ecclesiastical laws. The four general or oecumenical councils recognized by all churches are: 1, the Council of Nice, in 325, by which th
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council

In local government in the UK, a popularly elected local assembly charged with the government of the area within its boundaries (for example, county councils, district councils, parish councils, unitary council
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Council

The Council of MPS is responsible for exercising the powers of MPS. It consists of between 5 and 14 members, plus the Chief Executive and DPL Chairman, and has a majority of medical or dental members. Members of Council are elected by the membership of MPS. The Council
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Council

Assembly of Bishops. Referred to as universal or ecumenical council when the Pope summons all the bishops of the Church (with the title of Council Fathers) to define key issues
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