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Concerned with or belonging to a department of an organization.‘a departmental meeting’
- ‘On the morning after her admission, there was a lively discussion at the departmental meeting.’
- ‘The meeting usually starts with the manager giving us feedback on the business and departmental issues.’
- ‘She suggests setting up small departmental group meetings so that no employee is singled out.’
- ‘In October, the human resources department sent out details of the new grades to departmental managers for checking.’
- ‘The general reserve account is the main fund that pays for day-to-day departmental services.’
- ‘Over the next four weeks, each of the departmental budgets will be reviewed.’
- ‘No wonder some departmental meetings seem interminable and cyclic in substance!’
- ‘I've since given some thought to this issue, which has recurred a number of times in previous departmental seminars.’
- ‘His mechanisms for Treasury control of departmental spending have been resented as political interference.’
- ‘He said it would be partly financed by swapping departmental buildings in Dublin for property in rural towns.’
- ‘At that meeting there were 14 departmental staff and officials, and four members of the public.’
- ‘The Minister has directed senior departmental officers with the Board of Shaftson College.’
- ‘Before that, he worked for nine years in the Prosecutor General's Office as a departmental head.’
- ‘He feels that using unspent carry-forward amounts could damage departmental projects.’
- ‘The fees also provide clubs and departmental student unions with funding.’
- ‘Susan is daughter of Vinny and Kitty O'Connor and she is departmental manager at Penny's.’
- ‘He should avoid the temptation of wasting time in departmental meetings.’
- ‘At Manchester University, a number of departmental open days have had to be postponed as well as lectures and seminars.’
- ‘Dlodlo said road safety was a departmental priority and it was important the cause of the accident be established.’
- ‘Financial rules forbid utilization of departmental receipts for expenditure.’
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