noun, plural pre·sid·i·ums, pre·sid·i·a [pri-sid-ee-uh]. /prɪˈsɪd i ə/. (often initial capital letter)
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The deputy chairman of the presidium of the Donetsk Republic, Denis Pushilin, also predicts “good results.”
During his absence, the outfit seems to have been run by a sort of presidium of the senior officers.Rebel Raider|H. Beam Piper
More importantly, the presidium assumed the powers and functions of the National Assembly when the latter was not in session.Area Handbook for Bulgaria|Eugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole
The memophone began giving him the names of the Presidium and of the Chiefs of Managements.A Slave is a Slave|Henry Beam Piper
In practice, the Assembly listens to the reading of bills drawn up by its Presidium and then votes unanimous approval.
The Presidium also designates ministry jurisdiction over various enterprises according to the recommendations of the premier.