caucus in English
v. hold a party meeting, meet in a caucus
n. caucus, meeting where party leaders are elected and strategy is determined
“What I was going to say,” said the Dodo in an offended tone, “...a Caucus-race; that is the best thing we could do to make us dry.”
And they got the help she needed, and today, she is a leader in the national survivors’ caucus in the United States.
Parliamentary factions (caucuses, groups) and expert committees constitute the backbone of a parliament.
The Iowa caucuses will be held soon.
When he'd finished, the three libraries caucused to a consensus.
'What I was going to say, ' said the Dodo in an offended tone, 'was, that the best thing to get us dry would be a Caucus-race.'
You will be able to contact these people especially when the Internet caucus of Congress visits Europe in the next few weeks.
I have heard promises that we will establish a stability pact in the southern Caucuses.
In the US Congress, a European Union Caucus has recently been created.
We must not forget the Ukraine either, nor the states in the South Caucuses.