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Minutes

A record of a meeting. The minutes from the previous meeting are read and approved at a meeting to ensure an accurate history of the meeting is kept. The secretary of an organization generally records the minutes.

minutes

a summarized transcript or record of items discussed at a meeting and any proposals or resolutions made at the meeting.
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Board Meeting Minutes, January 6, 1948; Board Meeting Minutes, April 5, 1954; and Silver Spring Newsletter, October 1965, SSNS.
BlueSky is web-based meeting minutes software for boards, committees, and other meeting groups that need to create and distribute meeting agendas and minutes.
Analysts though are entertaining the idea that an increase in April would not necessarily be duplicated in May, citing that RBA had used the word "gradually" in its March 3 board meeting minutes.
dollar slipped to the upper 116 yen level Tuesday morning in Tokyo in thin trading ahead of the release of Federal Reserve meeting minutes later in the day.
At the end of each meeting, White and the other committee members sign off on the meeting minutes, creating a paper trail.
All executive committee and board meeting minutes must now be posted on the EIDC Web site.
Realizing that not all family members can attend council meetings, the facility maintains information boards with the meeting minutes posted on them to keep families up to date.
There is not a single reference to a local newspaper, any union meeting minutes, a family letter, or any other scribbled piece of paper.
In fact, we receive some committee meeting minutes that are scary just to look at--heavy, bound volumes that promise to chronicle the course of complex battles.
The decision only came to light with the recent publication of cabinet meeting minutes on the assembly's website.
Organizations commonly receive requests for organizational information, such as articles of incorporation, bylaws, meeting minutes, and the like.