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convocation

kon vuh kay shuhn

  • n  a group gathered in response to a summons
  • n  the act of convoking

  • This convocation calls upon the nation to create educational programs that will equip all young Americans for full and productive participation in our society to their full .
  • Author Gaines is scheduled to deliver the convocation address this week.
  • The President was in attendance at Virginia Tech's post-massacre convocation, but the real story was watching a community coming to grips with its grief.
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  • Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo in Forbes
    Today we are present as beneficiaries of Rev. Moon,Milingo wrote. "In order to ensure the success of our convocation he dedicated his key organizations to give their utmost support in every way needed to the Married Priests Now!"
  • Mike Huckabee in Washington Post
    I tentatively agreed to participate in the Baptist meeting with the understanding that it was a celebration of faith and not a political convocation,Huckabee said.
  • Nitish Kumar in Sify
    Kumar said :"I suggest initiating a countrywide debate on wearing graduation gowns at convocations. I have attended several convocation and worn such gowns," Kumar said.

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