Definition of Secretariats

1. Noun. (plural of secretariat) ¹



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Definition of Secretariats

1. secretariat [n] - See also: secretariat

Lexicographical Neighbors of Secretariats

secret service
secret society
secret writing
secreta
secretage
secretagogue
secretagogues
secretaire
secretarial
secretarial school
secretarially
secretariat
secretariate
secretariates
secretariats
secretaried
secretaries
secretary
secretary-general
secretary bird
secretary birds
secretarybird
secretarybirds
secretarying
secretarylike
secretaryship
secretaryships
secretase
secrete

Literary usage of Secretariats

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Asian Review by East India Association (London, England) (1901)
"It is probable that the necessity for reform in the Indian secretariats had occurred to him before he became officially responsible for it. ..."

2. India by John Strachey (1894)
"... changes made by Lord Canning—Reforms completed by Lord Lawrence—The Council converted into a Cabinet—Departments and Secretariats—Manner of transacting ..."

3. Asiatic Neighbors by Septimus Smet Thorburn (1894)
"... INDEBTEDNESS—A NO-RENT COMBINATION — VILLAGE HAMPDENS — BUREAUCRATIC RULE — PER- SONNEL OF Secretariats — A STRONG SECRETARIAT — WESTERN NOSTRUMS—"YOUNG ..."

4. International Environment: International Agreements Are Not Well Monitored by DIANE Publishing Company (1992)
"Because of their restricted roles, secretariats are small organizations with limited resources. Even operating within the mandate the parties have provided, ..."

5. Educational Reform and Administrative Development: The Cases of Colombia and by E. Mark Hanson (1986)
"The state Secretariats of Education. Most secretaries of education (and the governors they represented) tended to think of the FER program as an insult to ..."

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