Next week, a delegation of leading New Hampshire Republicans is due in Texas to encourage Perry to run.
The rest of the delegation is so divided by region and partisan affiliation that simply getting everyone to meet is a challenge.
A delegation of former Republican secretaries of Labor even offered to mediate.
General McChrystal told a visiting NATO delegation last week how to prevail in Afghanistan.
Finally, this photo, which David captioned: "He's happy because he just sold a motherlode of burritos to the Oklahoma delegation"
"They must expect a delegation of their own friends," guessed Marjorie.
"It is tails," he announced, and the Arab delegation broke into happy shouts.
He was shut up for several hours with a delegation who had invited him down.
About ten years before, a delegation from the tribe had visited the French, and friendly relations were established between them.
A delegation of five of our members were sent to investigate the Irish question and report at Queenstown.
1610s, "action of delegating" (earlier in this sense was delegacie, mid-15c.); perhaps a native formation, perhaps from French délégation, or directly from Latin delegationem (nominative delegatio) "assignment, delegation," noun of action from past participle stem of delegare (see delegate). Meaning "persons sent by commission" is from 1818; meaning "a state's elected representatives, taken collectively," is U.S. political usage from 1820s.