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working party

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworking partyˈworking ˌparty noun [countable]  British EnglishGROUP OF PEOPLE a working group
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working partyA working party was set up to investigate further.Now a Middlesbrough Council working party has been set up to look at the problem.The ceremony was performed by Coun Islwyn Morris, chairman of the council's environment working party.Thus the working party is arguing that information skills are not merely incidental to the curriculum but central to it.When the working party was announced, it was claimed the membership had been loaded towards the landowning fraternity.
From Longman Business Dictionaryworking partyˈworking ˌparty noun (plural working parties) [countable] British English a group of people with specialist knowledge, brought together by an official organization to give advice on a particular issue SYN WORKING GROUPThe group agreed to set up a working party to examine ways of improving cooperation on the foreign exchange markets.The Director-General served on a working party on economic policy.
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