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convened

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There were a number of people who could have convened a forum of Charter 77, or meetings with other, smaller opposition groups.

Last month, Charles convened a meeting for NYC members specifically to go over Ebola precautions.

And they never were, despite a grand jury being convened in 1937 to reopen the investigation.

In 1890, a delegation appointed by the Mississippi state legislature convened in Jackson to adopt a new state constitution.

The networks of journalists convened a meeting in Mexico City.

A new Assembly had just been convened, from which all the members of the one but recently dissolved were by law excluded.

A public meeting was convened, and Moffat gave a circumstantial account of the information he had gathered.

A court-martial was convened, and the leader and seven others out of the twenty-two were condemned and executed.

Public meetings were convened, and addresses expressive of sorrow at his resignation poured in upon him from all quarters.

Three weeks afterwards the bigots convened a ticket meeting at Exeter Hall.

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On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to convened, such as: accumulated, collected, concentrated, huddled, massed, and reunited.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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