Council may refer to:
Other articles related to "council":
... The Canadian Unitarian Council (CUC) is the national body for Unitarian Universalists in Canada ... The CUC is a member of the International Council of Unitarians and Universalists ...
... The National Research Council was organized in 1916 in response to the increased need for scientific and technical services caused by World War I ... On June 1, 1917, the council convened a meeting of scientific representatives of the UK and France with interested parties from the US on the subject of submarine detection ... As a result of this, the council recommended that US scientists be brought together to work on the problems ...
... Geneva College is a member institution of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, Council of Independent Colleges, and National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities ... Schools and Programs, American Chemical Society and the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs ...
... The Executive Council is the executive organ of the organization and consists of 41 States Parties, which are appointed by the Conference on a 2-year term ... The Council amongst others oversees the budget and cooperates with the General Secretariat on all matters related to the convention ... Secretariat applies most of the activities mandated by the Council and is the body where most of the employees of the organization work ...
... The Highland Council area, created as one of the local government regions of Scotland, has been a unitary council area since 1996 ... The council area excludes a large area of the southern and eastern Highlands, and the Western Isles, but includes Caithness ... is sometimes used, however, as a name for the council area, as in Highlands and Islands Fire and Rescue Service ...
Famous quotes containing the word council:
“I havent seen so much tippy-toeing around since the last time I went to the ballet. When members of the arts community were asked this week about one of their biggest benefactors, Philip Morris, and its requests that they lobby the New York City Council on the companys behalf, the pas de deux of self- justification was so painstakingly choreographed that it constituted a performance all by itself.”
—Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)
“There by some wrinkled stones round a leafless tree
With beards askew, their eyes dull and wild
Twelve ragged men, the council of charity
Wandering the face of the earth a fatherless child....”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“Daughter to that good Earl, once President
Of Englands Council and her Treasury,
Who lived in both, unstaind with gold or fee,
And left them both, more in himself content.
Till the sad breaking of that Parliament
Broke him, as that dishonest victory
At Chaeronea, fatal to liberty,
Killd with report that old man eloquent;”
—John Milton (16081674)