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convener or convenor (kənˈviːnə)
1.  a person who convenes or chairs a meeting, committee, etc, esp one who is specifically elected to do so: a convener of shop stewards
2.  Compare provost the chairman and civic head of certain Scottish councils
convenor or convenor
con'venership or convenor
con'venorship or convenor

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