Definition of Convenors

1. Noun. (plural of convenor) ¹



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Definition of Convenors

1. convenor [n] - See also: convenor

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Literary usage of Convenors

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1. Enabling Access in Digital Libraries: A Report on a Workshop on Access by Caroline R Arms, Judith L. Klavans, Donald J. Waters, Digital Library Federation (1999)
"convenors' Questions What kinds of role distinctions are necessary? Users of the resources in these scenarios may play many different roles, using the term ..."

2. Public Participation in Democratic Governance in South Africa by Gregory F. Houston, Richard Humphries, Ian Liebenberg (2001)
"The Executive Council comprises four overall convenors, one from each of the ... Each chamber is made up of a number of convenors (three or four) based on ..."

3. Empowerment Through Economic Transformation by Meshack M. Khosa (2001)
"The Executive Council comprises four overall convenors, one from each of the ... Each chamber is made up of a number of convenors (three or four) based on ..."

4. Energy Policies of IEA Countries by International Energy Agency, IEA Staff (1996)
"Measures to date include emissions standards that since 1989 require the use of catalytic convenors on ail new cars. As of 1994, about 45% of cars in use ..."

5. Social Learning in Community Forests by Eva Wollenberg, East-West Center (2001)
"convenors and facilitators can play a crucial role in helping to identify ... The roles of convenors and facilitators can therefore be extremely important ..."

6. Convention by National Electric Light Association Convention, National Independent Meat Packers Association, University of Georgia College of Agriculture, University of Georgia Dept. of Food Science (1902)
"These transformers are used in connection with the synchronous convenors which supply the Edison three- wire system, the neutral of which is grounded. ..."

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