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Definition of "convenor" [convenor]

  • One who assembles for an official or public purpose. (noun)
  • In a British university, a lecturer who takes on the mantle of managing a specific course. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "convenor" in a sentence
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  • "You may not be aware that Peter Mullan, the Scottish director of 'The Magdalene Sisters', is a committed Trotskyite and close political associate of Tommy Sheridan, the former 'convenor' of the Trotskyite Scottish Socialist Party."
  • "Former provincial safety MEC Leonard Ramatlakane is to be "convenor" in the run up to the launch of the party on December 16."