from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun An executive council or committee of equally empowered members, especially one supervising an industry, commissariat, or other organization in the Soviet Union.
- noun A group whose members pursue shared goals while working within a framework of mutual trust and respect.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A corporation; especially, an independent and self-governing ecclesiastical body uncontrolled by the state. See
collegial, 3, and collegialism.
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- noun A
- noun in Ancient Rome Any of several
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
There were in Rome other, more official bodies which bore the title collegium, as the
The stated aim of the collegium is "to revive the multicultural Belarussian tradition, to promote the democratic transition of Belarussian society within the European civilization and pan-European integration process."
The word collegium derived from con, "with", and lego, "to select", had the literal meaning of an aggregation of persons united in any office or for any common purpose.
According to academics associated with the functioning of the task force the concept of a collegium is a pivotal recommendation of the Bill.
The transfer order contains the disturbing implication that the dignity of the Sikkim High Court is less important than that of Karnataka for the collegium, which is exactly what angered the bar association and fuelled protests in the hill State when the proposal was mooted this April.
Meanwhile, the SC collegium, which is likely to transfer Dinakaran to quell the lawyers 'upsurge against him, is awaiting the Survey of India's report on the extent of land Dinakaran has "amassed in violation of certain laws in Tamil Nadu".
The collegium is a disaster: the P.D. D.nakaran episode is an example.
TIMES NOW: Given the controversy, do you think that the EC should be appointed through a collegium or in other words consensus?
Sibal said that the IIM directors have accepted the idea of collegium-based appointment.
Historical facts about the Pontifices in this period; a powerful exclusive "collegium" taking charge of the _ius divinum_.