Examples of subcommittee in a Sentence
The Senate has formed a subcommittee to set up an investigation.
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Appointed in late May by the mayor, commission members are talking of forming committees and subcommittees to address different topics.
Young no longer chairs any committee or subcommittee because of Republican party term limits.
Faehn was fired on May 17 in the middle of a national team training camp, less than a week before current USA Gymnastics president Kerry Perry was slated to speak in front of a House subcommittee.
McSally presided over the field hearing as the chairwoman of the House Homeland Security subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security.
In his opening remarks to the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s subcommittee on environment, Pruitt touted his agency’s efforts to clean up Superfund sites, the most contaminated industrial sites in the country.
The future of the 25-cent gas tax increase suggested by President Trump lies not in the House Transportation Committee or its subcommittees, but down the hall in the House Ways and Means Committee, which controls the purse strings.
Singh served on a County Council advisory subcommittee that met last year to study public transportation.
Since she was first elected in 1996, Granger has aimed to serve on the defense appropriations subcommittee.
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SUBCOMMITTEE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of subcommittee for English Language Learners
: a part of a committee that is organized for a certain purpose
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