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- n. An interdisciplinary collaboration of researchers working on new research activities that would be difficult to develop under traditional funding mechanisms, such as federal agencies.
- n. Any more or less formal team working for joint purpose.
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- n. a group of people working together temporarily until some goal is achieved
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The agreement institutionalises the six-party talks process, with a third round to be held before the end of June, and establishes a working group to prepare for the plenary meeting.
Boychenko, was meeting with the working group seeking to resolve issues about the text.
The working group moves in the course of this week into what is called a Preparatory
a working group of individuals with relevant direct experience be formed under the chairmanship of Mr Ian Allen, of Pratt Industries, to discuss options and to report back to the next meeting of the Council.
The second point is that we have - Minister Smith and I have taken the proposal put forward by Prime Minister Aso of an [indistinct] of the Australia Japan conference last year, and we have agreed to launch a joint working group to discuss ways to enhance Australia Japan exchange, primarily of people who are learning Japanese.
Bishop Jackson was chairman of the CoI's working group on the Eames Bradley proposals (though we learned in the process of the Sunday Sequence report that not all the committee members attended the meetings).