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closed-door

(used as a modifier before a noun) Not open to or in view of the public; private and/or secret. There have been a lot of closed-door meetings recently to discuss the sale of the company.
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The AEOI chief and the foreign minister presented hopeful remarks about nuclear technology R&D which, they said, have been agreed upon during the talks (with the six world powers), and informed that gas will be injected into IR8 (centrifuge machines) with the start of the (implementation of the) agreement," member of the parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Javad Karimi Qoddousi said following the closed-door session at the legislature today.
Asked by ArmInfo correspondent if the meeting should be held in the closed-door regime, Pashinyan replied that the
Imran Khan condemned Sukkur bombings that killed scores of people, urging government to hold a closed-door meeting with Army chief to solve terrorism issues.
Interior Minister Zyiad Baroud and Defense Minister Elias Murr later joined the closed-door talks, along with Bsharri MPs Elie Kayrouz and Strida Geagea.
Long notwithstanding, "the town" can hardly be satisfied with having to glean information about this murky affair through rumor and speculation in the press, nor with closed-door government that invites inside dealing and abuse.
In addition to perforation, Pfeffer says that horizontal closed-door and open-end auto-tie balers may also require a shorter bale length relative to the fiber bales the machine produces.
Brown was passionately describing his displeasure over a recent closed-door meeting between Bettman and local attorney Art Johnson regarding Johnson's yet-to-be-seen legal opinion surrounding who has final authority to hire and fire the future police auditor's staff.
Defender Gregg Berhalter, who replaced injured Cory Gibbs on the roster, likely won't play until a closed-door match June 6 against Angola in Hamburg.
In addition to speaking at the Expo, the Governor met in closed-door session with nationally known agriculture leaders, including representatives of the California Farm Bureau Federation, Western Growers Association and California Grape and Tree Fruit Association.
Taken from McCarthy's closed-door hearings in 1953-54, these pages predictably caught the attention of the dominant media, which misrepresented the documents' meaning and used the occasion to denigrate McCarthy anew.
At a closed-door meeting of Coalition activists in November 1991, Reed brags that after Helms called Robertson for help, he blanketed the state with 750,000 voter guides and helped Helms win.
The panelists also discussed the rights of public bodies to discuss public business in closed-door sessions.
Senate Minority Leader Juan Ponce Enrile, who initiated the reopening of the investigation, did not only reject Malacanang's request but even the possibility of holding a closed-door meeting on the Mamasapano incident.
In a closed-door session on November 5, the court listened to the testimony of defense witnesses.
18(SUNA)- Presidents of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir and the Egyptian President , Abdul-Fattah Al-Sisi began, on Saturday a closed-door talks at Al-Itahadiya Palace in Cairo.