This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
Samples in periodicals archive:
Contract notice: Implementation of a school group of 24 classes.
A group of 24 prominent business leaders has released a letter urging New York lawmakers to legalize gay marriage in the Empire State, the , the chairman of Morgan Stanley; Lloyd C.
The Group of 24 emerging and developing economies on Thursday rejected an International Monetary Fund plan for managing capital flows, saying measures should be up to the individual country to decide.
A GROUP of 24 pupils from Meriden Church of England Primary School near Solihull ran around the school playing field for an hour to raise pounds 509 for charity.
A group of 24 young people were given six weeks' juggling training, and MRI scans revealed changes in their brains' white matter, which controls movements.
A group of 24 people from Cullercoats Methodist Church headed to the African country on Friday to team up with Watoto, an African-based charity dedicated to helping Africa's millions of vulnerable children.
It's week two of the eliminations from the final group of 24, and it didn't take a psychic to predict that if last week's musical theme was the 1960s, then the 1970s was coming this time around.
They are among a nationwide group of 24 cadets and eight adult instructors.