Results for: Cabinet

In Politics and Government

What is the cabinet?

The cabinet consists of the 15 Secretaries of the 15 majorexecutive departments plus others who hold cabinet rank such as theUN ambassador. The vice-president is also included (MORE)
In Building and Carpentry

What is a cabinet?

A furniture with a drawer to put items inside. In the US government, it means a group of department heads whoserve as the president's chief advisers.
In Politics and Government

What is a Shadow Cabinet?

A shadow cabinet is a virtual and powerless government formed with members of the opposition. Where each member of the leading government has a opposite spokepeople. It is led (MORE)
In Political Office Holders

What is the cabinet room?

\nDo you mean the cabinet department? A group of men and women who are the President's closest advisors?
In Art Collecting

What are cabinet photos?

Historically, a Cabinet Photograph is one measuring specifically 3 & 7/8" by 5 & 1/2"
In Politics and Government

How did the president's cabinet get the name cabinet?

One of the definitions of cabinet is: a body of advisers of a head of state. Therefore, as a body of advisers to the President of the United States, the term Cabinet is fittin (MORE)
In History, Politics & Society

What does cabinet mean?

It's like a cupboard that you can place things in, it often has opening and closing doors to secure your belongings that you place in it. . Also as for politics: Establish (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is marshalling cabinet?

Marshalling cabinets are just cabinets with electrical connectors, where all wires are re-arranged in the desired way.
In US Presidents

What is a cabinet and what does it do?

A Cabinet is a body of high-ranking members of the government,typically representing the executive branch. It can also sometimesbe referred to as the Council of Ministers, an (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is a cabinetization?

A cabinetisation is the process in New Zealand of decentralizing the telecommunication infrastructure by installing roadside cabinets which act as miniature telephone exchange (MORE)