French History. the legislature of France 1792–95.
U.S. Politics. a convention held every four years by each of the major political parties to nominate a presidential candidate.
a convention held every four years by each major US political party to choose its presidential candidate
(French history) the longest-lasting of the revolutionary assemblies, lasting from Sept 1792 to Oct 1795, when it was replaced by the Directory
either of two US political party assemblies held every four years to nominate presidential and vice-presidential candidates
Television coverage of the national conventions has taken a nosedive.
the constitutional and legislative assembly of France in 1792-1795; also called Convention
- National country party
noun 1. (in Australia) a former name for National Party NCP
noun 1. an agreement (1638) among Scottish Presbyterians to uphold their faith in Scotland. noun 1. See Covenant
- National database language
database, standard (NDL) A US standard for portability of database definitions and application programs. (1996-06-24)
- National curriculum
noun 1. (in England and Wales) the curriculum of subjects taught in state schools progressively from 1989. There are ten foundation subjects: English, maths, and science (the core subjects); art, design and technology, geography, history, music, physical education, and a foreign language. Pupils are assessed according to specified attainment targets throughout each of four key […]