2. Noun. In a British university, a lecturer who takes on the mantle of managing a specific course. ¹
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Definition of Convenor
1. convener [n -S] - See also: convener
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Convenor
Literary usage of Convenor
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of the Indian Roads Congress by Indian Roads Congress (1792)
"... THE PUBLICATION POLICY AND PROGRAMME OF THE HIGHWAY RESEARCH BOARD) SN Sinha .. convenor Deputy Secretary, (R) IRC (HA Bindra) .. Member-Secretary Brig. ..."
2. Urbanisation: South Africa's Challenge by Derik Gelderblom, Pieter Kok (1994)
"Alternatively, the convenor may request the participants to provide inputs ... Then the findings are presented by the convenor and further instructions are ..."
3. Baptist Missionary Magazine by American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (1904)
"I. Dr. LB Wolf, of the American Evangelical Lutheran Mission, is convenor. 3. Distribution. The general purpose of this department is to utilize present, ..."
4. Report of an Inquiry as to Works Committees Made by British Ministry of Labor by Great Britain Ministry of Labour (1919)
"The convenor of Shop Stewards has the right to go anywhere in the establishment without notifying the foremen. 4. The procedure of the system has already ..."
5. The Canada Law Journal by Law Society of Upper Canada, William S. Hein & Company, Canadian Bar Association (1919)
"WH Trueman, KC, Winnipeg, convenor. Membership. Nova Scotia:—WA Henry, KC; AD Gunn, ... DJ Thom, KC, Regina, convenor. Finance. Nova Scotia-—WA Henry, ..."