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councilcoun"cil (koun"s&ibreve;l), n. [f. concile, fr. l. concilium; con- + calare to call, akin to gr. &?;&?;&?; to call, and e. hale, v., haul. cf. conciliate. this word is often confounded with counsel, with which it has no connection.] 1. an assembly of men summoned or convened for consultation, deliberation, or advice; as, a council of physicians for consultation in a critical case. 2. a body of man elected or appointed to constitute an advisory or a legislative assembly; as, a governor's council; a city council. an old lord of the council rated me the other day. 3. act of deliberating; deliberation; consultation. satan void of rest, his potentates to council called by night. o great in action and in council wise.   similar words(22) 

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An assembly of men summoned or convened for consultation, deliberation, or advice; as, a council of physicians for consultation in a critical case.  


Act of deliberating; deliberation; consultation.  


A body of man elected or appointed to constitute an advisory or a legislative assembly; as, a governor's council; a city council.  

Noun1. a body serving in an administrative capacity; "student council" (hypernym) administrative unit, administrative body (hyponym) security Council, SC2. (Christianity) an assembly or theologians and bishops and other representative of different churches or dioceses that is convened to regulate matters of discipline or doctrine (hypernym) assembly (hyponym) council of Chalcedon (classification) Christianity, christian religion3. a meeting of people for consultation; "emergency council" (hypernym) meeting (hyponym) indaba (member-meronym) council member, councillor

Cynghor = n. a council, advice, recipe

Digyngor = a. void of council

→ the great council of the Sanhedrin, which sat at Jerusalem. See: sanhedrin → the lesser courts, (Matthew 10:17; mark 13:9) of which there were two at jerusalem and one in each town of Palestine. the constitution of these courts is a doubtful point. the existence of local courts, however constituted, is clearly implied in the passages quoted from the new Testament; and perhaps the "judgment," (Matthew 5:21) applies to them. → A kind of jury or privy council, (Acts 25:12) consisting of a certain number of assessors, who assisted roman governors in the administration of justice and in other public matters.   

spoken of counsellors who sat in public trials with the governor of a province (Acts 25:12). the jewish councils were the Sanhedrim, or supreme council of the nation, which had subordinate to it smaller tribunals (the "judgment," perhaps, in Matt. 5:21, 22) in the cities of palestine (Matt. 10:17; mark 13:9). In the time of christ the functions of the sanhedrim were limited (John 16:2; 2 Cor. 11:24). In Ps. 68:27 the word "council" means simply a company of persons. (R.V. marg., "company.") In ecclesiastical history the word is used to denote an assembly of pastors or bishops for the discussion and regulation of church affairs. the first of these councils was that of the apostles and elders at Jerusalem, of which we have a detailed account in acts 15.

A formal group of experts brought together on a regular basis to debate matters within that sphere of expertise, and with advisory powers to government - (read more on Council)  

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n. yejquvn. tlhIngan yejquv - Klingon high Council


Council may refer to: In United states geography:Council, AlaskaCouncil, Idaho




there are three different european bodies with the word "council" in their names: The european Council this is the meeting of heads of state and government (i.e. presidents and/or prime ministers) of all the EU countries, plus the president of the european Commission. the european council meets, in principle, four times a year to agree overall EU policy and to review progress. It is the highest-level policy-making body in the european Union, which is why its meetings are often called "summits". The council of the european Union formerly known as the council of Ministers, this institution consists of government ministers from all the EU countries. the council meets regularly to take detailed decisions and to pass european laws. The council of EuropeThis is not an EU institution. It is an intergovernmental organization based in strasbourg and it aims (amongst other things) to protect human rights, to promote europe's cultural diversity and to combat social problems such as xenophobia and intolerance. the council of europe was set up in 1949 and one of its early achievements was to draw up the european convention on human Rights. To enable citizens to exercise their rights under that convention it set up the european court of human Rights.

concilium, consilium

Article 100 [Regional Councils](1) In order to expedite social, economic, development, public health, cultural, and educationalprograms and facilitate other affairs relating to public welfare with the cooperation of the peopleaccording to local needs, the administration of each village, division, city, municipality, andprovince will be superseded by a council to be named the Village, Division, City, Municipality,or provincial Council. members of each of these councils will be elected by the people of thelocality in question.(2) qualifications for the eligibility of electors and candidates for these councils, as well as theirfunctions and powers, the mode of election, the council jurisdiction, and the hierarchy of theirauthority will be determined by law in such a way as to preserve national unity, territorialintegrity, the system of the islamic Republic, and the sovereignty of the central government.Article 101 [Supreme council of the Provinces](1) In order to prevent discrimination in the preparation of programs for the development andwelfare of the provinces, to secure the cooperation of the people, and to arrange for thesupervision of coordinated implementation of such programs, a supreme council of theProvinces will be formed, composed of representatives of the provincial Councils.(2) law will specify the manner in which this council is to be formed and the functions that it isto fulfil.Article 102 [Council Bills]The supreme council of the provinces has the right within its jurisdiction, to draft bills and tosubmit them to the islamic consultative Assembly, either directly or through the government.These bills must be examined by the Assembly.Article 103 [Power over local Governments]Provincial governors, city governors, divisional governors, and other officials appointed by thegovernment must abide by all decisions taken by the councils within their jurisdiction.Article 104 [Worker Councils](1) In order to ensure islamic equity and cooperation in carrying out the programs and to bringabout the harmonious progress of all units of production, both industrial and agricultural, councilsconsisting of the representatives of the workers, peasants, other employees, and managers, will beformed in educational and administrative units, units of service industries, and other units of alike nature, similar councils will be formed, composed of representatives of the members of thoseunits.(2) the mode of the formation of these councils and the scope of their functions and powers, areto be specified by law.Article 105 [Limits]Decisions taken by the councils must not be contrary to the criteria of islam and the laws of thecountry.Article 106 [Right against Dissolution](1) the councils may not be dissolved unless they deviate from their legal duties. the bodyresponsible for determining such deviation, as well as the manner for dissolving the councils andreforming them, will be specified by law.(2) should a council have any objection to its dissolution, it hasthe right to appeal to a competent court, and the court is duty-bound to examine its complaintoutside the docket sequence.

Article 177 [Revision by council and Referendum](1) the revision of the constitution of the islamic republic of Iran, whenever needed by thecircumstances, will be done in the following manner:The leader issues an edict to the president after consultation with the nation's exigency Councilstipulating the amendmentsor additions to be made by the council for revision of the constitution which consists of:1. members of the guardian Council;2. heads of the three branches of the government;3. permanent members of the nation's exigency Council;4. five members from among the assembly of Experts;5. ten representatives selected by the Leader;6. three representatives from the council of Ministers;7. three representatives from the judiciary branch;8. ten representatives from among the members of the islamic consultative Assembly; and9. three representatives from among the university professors.(2) the method of working, manner of selection and the terms and conditions of the council shallbe determined by law.(3) the decisions of the Council, after the confirmation and signatures of the Leader, shall bevalid if approved by an absolute majority vote in a national referendum.(4) the provisions of article 59 shall not apply to the referendum for the "Revision of theConstitution."(5) the contents of the articles of the constitution related to the islamic character of the politicalsystem; the basis of all the rules and regulations according to islamic criteria ; the religiousfooting; the objectives of the islamic republic of Iran; the democratic character of thegovernment; the holy principle; the imamate of Ummah; and the administration of the affairs ofthe country based on national referenda, official religion of iran and the religious school areunalterable.

See EU Council    

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