Examples of subcommittee in a Sentence
The Senate has formed a subcommittee to set up an investigation.
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As chairman of a subcommittee that regulated Wall Street, Garrett frequently challenged attempts to boost the SEC's funding, especially after the enactment of the Dodd-Frank financial overhaul law.
Last month, the ethics committee unanimously voted to create a special subcommittee to investigate Schweikert and Schwab for misspending and other issues.
The Aum cult was a clear danger to not only to Japan but also to the U.S., a 1995 report by a U.S. Senate subcommittee concluded.
Each year, after lengthy debate, the subcommittee submits a giant list of recommendations to the Unicode Technical Committee.
In the House, more than 100 representatives, including Jayapal, have asked a subcommittee to cut off funding used to separate families.
Mike Lovell told the meeting that its genesis has been organic, meeting regularly in big groups and smaller subcommittees.
Bobby’s role as a staff member on McCarthy’s Senate subcommittee on investigations would have caused the casual observer to mark him as a rising right-winger.
Leahy, the subcommittee’s vice-chair, said at the end of his back-and-forth, after unsuccessfully pushing DeVos to opine on whether an 18-year-old should be able to easily purchase an AR-15 rifle and hundreds of rounds of ammunition.
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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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