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the member of a group whose duty it is to convene meetings

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The student convenor said Shahbaz Sharif led Punjab government always gave due importance to education and considered students and youth a true asset of the nation.
The construction workers, working for 15 sub-contractors, are pressing for the creation of a full-time convenor on the site which they maintain would improve industrial relations and help address health and safety concerns.
Batra was the chairman and Norman the convenor of that committee as well.
The convenor indicated a summary of key points would be recorded and made publicly available.
Dead and Missing Persons Parents Association convenor Ananda Jayamanna said 5,098 Security Forces personnel were reported missing during the 30 year conflict.
The MQM's Deputy Convenor said the Khidmat Khalq Foundation (KKF) has built Nazeer Hussain University in Karachi which will start functioning from the next year.
Union members at the Scottish oil refinery and adjoining petrochemical plant are due to stage a 48-hour strike from Sunday in a row over the treatment of the Unite convenor Stephen Deans.
New Delhi, Aug 21 ( ANI ): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) election cell convenor of Delhi, Sudhanshu Mittal, on Tuesday resigned from his post.
Protesters will hear speeches from Lindsey German, honorary convenor of the Stop the War Coalition, Clare Williams, Unison Northern Region convenor, Hazera Begum, former head sister for Muslim students at Northumbria University, and Tony Kempster, the vice president of the International Peace Bureau (Geneva) and honorary general secretary of the Anglican Pacifist Fellowship.
Dr Aleida Guevara was in the region to receive the 16-seater bus in remembrance of the Unison deputy convenor, who tragically died last year.
New convenor of the southern region is South Canterbury DoNM Sam Powell, replacing Sheree East, and Plunket chief operating officer Angela Baldwin continues as convenor of the central region.
Group convenor Carey Moon said: "We meet regularly in the town and the open mic nights we've held so far have been very popular.
The former Communist works convenor at Longbridge, the most famous union leader in the history of British car-making, led a long-running campaign of strikes at the giant Birmingham car plant as relations with management plummeted.
Aquilino "Koko" Pimentel lll, a lawyer and also a convenor of the symposium, said that "Manila had no choice but to respect Riyadh's new policy, which is meant to address the sharp rise in joblessness among Saudi youths.
Ian Galloway, convenor of the church and society council of the Church of Scotland, in his letter to Brown.