Noun(1) a confidential or secret meeting
(1) It is unfortunate that the annual conclave of the International Monetary Fund was cancelled, as it could have been used to broaden and reinforce support for the multilateral strategy.(2) As the cardinals of the Catholic Church gather today for their papal conclave , it is not at all heretical to consider the challenges facing their organization in business terms.(3) We've never had more than 11 ballots for a conclave .(4) But once those men walk in that door, once they lock in the door in the conclave , they're going to be looking for a man, a person who embodies, as Father Harrington noted, certain gifts and talents.(5) Not only will none of that pressure pervade the next conclave , but almost certainly pressure will build for the successor to break free, at least in name, from a pontificate of immoderate length.(6) And so, a national conclave on weather prediction, held in Kochi became a closely guarded affair.(7) They do have some contact with service staff at the special dormitory in which they stay throughout the conclave , but staff members are not permitted to speak to them.(8) Formerly, it took a two-thirds-plus-one majority to elect a pope, but as a result of the 1996 changes, a simple majority will now suffice if the conclave remains deadlocked after 30 votes.(9) While gestures like holding the conclave of Congress chief ministers and a golf tournament will help, much more needs to be done to change the mindset of the people inside and outside Kashmir.(10) The videotape was aired as cardinals arrived in the rain at the Vatican for their seventh meeting to map out details of the conclave .(11) Unless the BJP has a change of heart after its Goa conclave , the Prime Minister must expect unmitigated hostility from the main Opposition party.(12) Edwards's name is blacked out, but the text makes clear that the meeting can be none other than the Helms-Edwards conclave that Kissinger and others alluded to.(13) He watched news coverage of the conclave with friends.(14) But if the conclave remains deadlocked after about 33 ballots, the rules allow for the election of a Pope on attaining a 51 per cent majority.(15) The qualitative difference is that there's no effort, no intention to ├ö├ç├┐shut down├ö├ç├û the Democratic conclave .(16) The next conclave will elect the church's 264th pope.
2. gathering ::
3. assembly ::
4. conference ::
5. council ::
6. summit ::
7. parley ::
8. powwow ::
9. get-together ::
Different Formsconclave, conclaves
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