serial meeting
 n.— «They support a ban on what has come to be known as serial meetings. That is terrific news, and with it we add them to our list of state lawmakers who support open and accessible government in Indiana.…Serial meeting is the term used to describe it when a government board breaks off into small groups—each smaller than a quorum—and discusses public business.» —“Support Grows” Evansville Courier Press (Indiana) Jan. 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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