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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconvenercon‧ven‧er, convenor /kənˈviːnə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 someone who arranges for people to meet at a formal meeting2 British English an important official for a trade union at a factory or office
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convenerThe Communist convener could both feel and see that he was losing control.He was deputy convener of the region for 12 years and leader of the Conservative group for ten years.At this point, a speaker, actually the convener of the symposium, interrupted me in mid-sentence.A church elder, he was convener of the fabric committee of Grandtully/Strathtay and Logiealmond Churches.
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