Working Party

  • (noun): A group of people working together temporarily until some goal is achieved.
    Synonyms: working group

Some articles on working party:

Shepton Mallet (HM Prison) - Escapes and Attempted Escapes
30 July 1968 – two prisoners in an outside working party, again repairing staff accommodation, made off ... May 1970 – once again a prisoner in an outside working party escaped his escorts. 24 July 1981 – two prisoners escaped from an outside working party ...
Working Party On The Reorganisation Of The Income Tax Act 1976
... The Working Party on the Reorganisation of the Income Tax Act 1976 was a committee appointed by the New Zealand government to advise on the appropriate reorganisation of the income tax legislation ... The Working Party was set up in 1993 as a result of recommendations made by the Valabh Committee set up to review the overall income tax system ... The Working Party comprised Arthur Valabh (Chair), Dame Margaret Bazley, and Sir Kenneth Keith ...
Tourism In Tajikistan - Foreign Economic Relations - WTO
... The Working Party on the accession of Tajikistan was established by the General Council on 18 July 2001 ... Multilateral work is proceeding on the basis of a draft Working Party Report (latest revision circulated in February 2012) ... The Working Party held its sixth meeting in July 2011 to continue the examination of Tajikistan’s foreign trade regime ...
Alternative Names For Northern Ireland - Government Proposals To Rename Northern Ireland As Ulster - 1949 Ulster Proposal
... a British Cabinet meeting on 22 November 1948 it was decided that a Working Party be established to " what consequential action may have to be taken by the United Kingdom Government as a result of Eire's ceasing to be ... The Working Party was chaired by the Cabinet Secretary, Norman Brook ... In this regard the Working Party's report noted The Government of Northern Ireland have formally asked that the title of Northern Ireland should now be changed to "Ulster ...

Famous quotes containing the words party and/or working:

    No political party can ever make prohibition effective. A political party implies an adverse, an opposing, political party. To enforce criminal statutes implies substantial unanimity in the community. This is the result of the jury system. Hence the futility of party prohibition.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    I do not mind if I lose my soul for all eternity. If the kind of God exists Who would damn me for not working out a deal with Him, then that is unfortunate. I should not care to spend eternity in the company of such a person.
    Mary McCarthy (1912–1989)