A body of man elected or appointed to constitute an advisory or a legislative assembly; as, a governor's council; a city council.
A formal group of experts brought together on a regular basis to debate matters within that sphere of expertise, and with advisory powers to government. It can be contrasted with a commission which, although also a body of experts, is typically given regulatory powers in addition to a role as advisor to the government.
Common term for Institute Advisory Board. Each NIH institute convenes such a group to review the decisions of the IRGs for program relevance and need and to determine institute funding levels. This is the second stage of the peer review process.
A body composed of the University Librarian, the Deputy University Librarian, the Associate and Assistant University Librarians, the Systems Librarian, the Preservation Librarian, the Human Resources Librarian, and the Staff Development Librarian. The Council, which normally meets once a week, serves as the University Librarian's principal advisory body on matters such as the coordination of internal policy and procedures and the resolution of interdepartmental operating problems. It also advises on issues of general concern to the welfare of the University Library.
The ruling body of Kalon, made up of the Guildmaster of each guild in town, and one other representative.
a body serving in an administrative capacity; "student council"
a body corporate
a body of people
a continuing body
a critical decision making body that needs community involvement
a group that acts as an advisory body
a Local Government organisation that governs an area of land in Australia
a quasi-governing body and should be structured and run like a board of trustees, with officers, by-laws, official minutes, etc
a very political body, and important ALA committees and other bodies also work in a political way
a voting body which enables ISSA to achieve its goals and objectives
The governing body of CIMA established pursuant to the Royal Charter.
The governing body of a city.
The City Council of the City of Orrville.
The Victoria University Council is the governing body of the University, established under section 165 of the Education Act. The powers and duties of the Council are set out in the Education Act 1989.
the government of a small local area such as a part of a large city, or a shire.