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Definition of "quorums" []

  • A minimum number of members in an assembly, society, board of directors, etc, required to be present before any valid business can be transacted (noun)
  • Plural form of quorum. (noun)

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Use "quorums" in a sentence
  • "It takes about 10 minutes to call the roll and ascertain the absence of a quorum — see “hot quorums” for example — and these are called with fewer than 51 Senators in the well at the time the quorum call started."
  • "• Use quorums to gain cohesion, accuracy and speed."
  • "Here again, bees are superior to us, as each scout's "dances" become less effective with time, no matter how good a new site is, while stubbornness can lead humans to argue forever. • Use quorums to gain cohesion, accuracy and speed."
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