|Annual General Meeting
|Person not at the meeting, not present.
|Written list of points to be discussed at a meeting.
|Choice of two or more possibilities.
|Participant or person attending a meeting.
|System of secret voting: voters place their ballot-papers in a ballot-box.
|Deciding vote, usually by the Chairman, when votes are in equal number.
|The person who conducts the meeting.
|Make something clearer by giving more information.
|Formal meeting for discussion or exchange of views among people with a shared interest. A conference typically lasts several days. (Example: a conference on climate change).
|Telephone call linking three or more people in different places so that they can communicate simultaneously.
|Future date by which something must be done.
|Reach a conclusion or resolution concerning future action.
|A meeting or discussion between two or more people via the Internet.
|Stop a person who is speaking in order to say or do something.
|A separate point for discussion on an agenda.
|What is most essential.
|A written summary of the proceedings at a meeting.
|What is aimed at, what one wants to achieve or obtain.
|Draw attention to something e.g. point out an increase in demand.
|A course of action put forward for consideration: to make a proposal.
|A vote cast by one person for another.
|Advise a course of action: to make a recommendation.
|Show of hands
|Raised hands to express agreement or disagreement in a vote.
|A brief statement of the main points.
|A piece of work to be done: to assign a task to someone.
|In complete agreement.
|Conference linking people in different locations by satellite, TV, etc.
|Express one’s agreement or disagreement: to cast a vote.