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a piece of furniture resembling a cupboard with doors and shelves and drawers

persons appointed by a head of state to head executive departments of government and act as official advisers

a storage compartment for clothes and valuables

housing for electronic instruments, as radio or television

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The shadow prime minister [Davutoy-lu] has become tongue-tied and pulled a long face during the Cabinet meeting.
He also indicated that he will not chair Cabinet meetings on a regular basis but instead "from time to time.
At the last cabinet meeting, the minister produced a letter dated Nov.
GORDON Brown will begin his political fightback with a special Cabinet meeting held outside London, it was announced yesterday as the Prime Minister put tackling fuel poverty top of his political agenda.
An embarrassed Donald Dewar tried to take the sting out of the row by hastily appointing him as a special adviser five hours after the cabinet meeting.
Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's cabinet will decide on the simplification procedures Friday morning for emergency cabinet meetings on the SDF's activities, such as confronting suspicious ships or keeping order following a massive terrorist attack, the officials said.
Between 2003 and 2009, nine joint cabinet meetings were held in western Canada; these meetings, and the collaboration occurring between these meetings, produced over thirty inter-provincial agreements.
Prime Minister David Cameron is keen to continue the practice of his Labour predecessor, Gordon Brown, of holding Cabinet meetings in regional centres.
BAGHDAD, Jan 29 (KUNA) -- Iraq's Iraqiya List has ended its boycott of parliamentary sessions, but it has failed to decide upon its boycott of cabinet meetings.
The Cam sham ROADSHOW Westminster Cabinet meetings like the one in Aberdeen yesterday may look good on TV to some.
Historically, British monarchs used to chair cabinet meetings but while Queen Elizabeth remains head of state her role is largely formal and the monarchy has to remain strictly neutral in political affairs.
Historically, British monarchs used to chair cabinet meetings, but while Queen Elizabeth remains head of state her role is largely formal and the monarchy has to remain strictly neutral in political affairs.
According to sources in the cabinet, ministers rarely speak out at Cabinet meetings, and that Pawar did so on Thursday, was a departure from the norm.
Nsaif Jassim al-Khatabi told Aswat al-Iraq that the local government will submit a request to host one of the Cabinet meetings during next September.
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