Plenary

Plenary is an adjective related to the noun plenum carrying a general connotation of fullness. Plenary may also refer to: ...
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Plenary

• (a.) Full; entire; complete; absolute; as, a plenary license; plenary authority. • (n.) Decisive procedure.
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plenary

adjective full in all respects; `a plenary session of the legislature`; `a diplomat with plenary powers`
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Plenary

Ple'na·ry adjective [ Late Latin plenarius , from Latin plenus full. See Plenty .] Full; entire; complete; absolute; as, a plenary license; plenary authority. « A treatise on a subject should be plenary or full.» I. Watts. Plenary i...
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Plenary

Ple'na·ry noun (Law) Decisive procedure. [ Obsolete]
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plenary

adj. full, complete, covering all matters, usually referring to an order, hearing or trial.
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Plenary

adj.In the court of law this term is used to define a trial which is complete in every particular,satisfactory and has taken into consideration all the facts related to the trial.
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Plenary

Full, complete, covering all matters, often referring to an order, hearing, or trial.
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plenary

full; entire; complete; absolute; unqualified
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Plenary

The time at the end of a lesson in which the teacher finds out what children have learnt and re-emphasises the main points of the lesson.
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plenary

[adj] - full in all respects
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