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  • noun Common misspelling of communiqué.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun an official report (usually sent in haste)


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  • As expected, the communique from the meeting suggested the plan would aim to strengthen the embryonic welfare system and promote equality.

    Chinese vice-president Xi Jinping appointed to key military post

  • But a G-20 official Thursday said Saturday's G-20 communique is likely to retain the reference to currencies.

    G-20 Seeks to Forge Consensus on Currencies

  • The Communist Party vowed to improve the country 's social security system and increase the share of personal income in the overall distribution of national income, Xinhua said, citing a communique from the Communist Party' s Central Committee.


  • Eight other people were murdered in the same area in less than a month, according to Combate Virtual [es], a blog that republished a communique from the Guatemalan Syndicate Union of Workers that is demanding justice for these recent deaths.

    Global Voices in English » Guatemala: The Murder of Father Rosebaugh in the Ixcán

  • But we've always left it in a way, Wolf, that never empowered the Taiwanese themselves to do something, as the communique from the Chinese suggested, that they might declare independence or they might create some provocative act where it's very difficult to tell who started this.

    CNN Transcript Apr 29, 2001

  • I have learned from experience that it is more or less expected of me to give a progress report -- a communique from the front, if you like -- on the Churchill Falls Project regardless of the formal subject on which I am to speak.

    Churchill Falls and Beyond

  • A communique from the Spanish National Police stated that the operation against counterfeiters under the code name 'Bullet' is continuing. (Sofia News Agency)

  • Mr Barroso and Mr Sarkozy also discussed the forthcoming December meeting of EU leaders in Brussels, "notably the European response to the economic situation and the negotiation of the climate and energy package," said a communique from the French president's office. - Headline News

  • Buried in the middle of the communique is a paragraph about "exit strategies" to ensure "price stability."

    G-20 Reality Check

  • The communique is a reflection of the position by some EU members such as Germany, France, Italy and others that an aid package to the European financial sector to prevent an economic collapse might leave European manufacturers staggering.

    EU Calls for Safeguarding Manufacturers from Looming Recession


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