working party

NOUN
  1. a group of people working together temporarily until some goal is achieved
    the working group was supposed to report back in two weeks
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How To Use working party In A Sentence

  • A working party which looked at ways to stop accidents along the stretch of road was set up five years ago.
  • The working party on China's accession will formally approve the package on Monday at WTO headquarters in Geneva, clearing the way for entry by the end of this year.
  • I served on the citizenship working party after receiving a phone call from David Blunkett's office.
  • The working party is made up of members of Sustainable Bungay, the library team and other individuals, including a garden designer, who will use their skills to make the best of the small suntrap. EDP24 News
  • Networking A development which seems likely to bear fruit was the creation of a working party from within the panel.
  • The club have a working party on Parkers to restore the timber stillages on Saturday, March 20.
  • The self-evaluation programme designed by the Catholic Education Commission working party offers schools processes for reflection and examination of practice.
  • A working party of actuaries and accountants, under the chairmanship of Sir Robert Smith, will develop appropriate guidance.
  • A working party of council officers and users, including the Charlton Lido Swimming Club, will look at ways to reopen the lido in time for next summer if possible.
  • He is the only practitioner on the DTI / Treasury's working party on the review of insolvency and company rescue mechanisms
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