calling together


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Noun1.calling together - the act of convoking
gathering, assemblage, assembly - the social act of assembling; "they demanded the right of assembly"
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"That is why I am calling together key stakeholders and politicians to discuss how we can work together to end homelessness.
The team's success rate was 100 percent when recognising individual wolves from their solo howls and achieved accuracy of 97 percent when they tried to identify wolves calling together in a 'chorus howl.'
Bundled along with HughesNet, HughesNet Voice brings customers significant savings in long distance calling together with advanced telephony features such as call forwarding to multiple phones and enhanced voicemail, including email and text notification.
He is calling together businesses across the food industry to tackle this important issue so that consumers can make informed choices on production methods, environment and quality.
"Essential to our mission is the calling together of broad groups of Christians, who might disagree on issues of sexuality, to still work together on how to reduce poverty, end wars, and mobilize around other issues of social justice."
Is this the ultimate example of Labour's "jobs for the boys" policy, or an admission that all is lost and a calling together of all the old gang for a farewell bash?
Is this the ultimate example of Labour's jobs for the boys policy, or an admission that all is lost and it is a calling together of all the old gang for a farewell bash?
Many states are calling together all interested stakeholders--providers, consumers, advocacy groups, state regulators, and others--to work together to make sure state laws and regulations are meeting the needs and preferences of consumers.
A BIRMINGHAM safety organisation is calling together the country's top safety experts to find ways of reducing road deaths and improving driver behaviour.