The hottest debate in Davos on Thursday will come from a series of plenary sessions on Europe.
A plenary session features a keynote address on “unleashing creativity” from the founder of a promotions site called ePrize.
Mother Eddy's lack of memory, however, has had its plenary compensation.
For him the blow was about to fall—not for his safety, but for his plenary authority.
Any such interference arose, however, from the plenary powers of the council as an executive body.
This Committee were entrusted with plenary powers, and there was no appeal from their decision.
Mr. Garrison made a second speech on the fourth evening, still dwelling on the theory of plenary inspiration.
To plenary explanation she ought not—she never shall be driven.
As to the species of the act, and the plenary effect, it is not.
And yet there were times when "pressing from protections" had its plenary significance too.
1510s, earlier plenar (mid-13c.), from Old French plenier, from Medieval Latin plenarius "entire, complete," from Latin plenus "full, filled, greatly crowded; stout, pregnant; abundant, abounding; complete," from PIE *pele- (1) "to fill" (see poly-). Related: Plenarily.