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A quorum (plural quora) is the minimum number of members of a deliberative body necessary to conduct the business of that group.
Quorum may also refer to:
- Minyan, in Judaism, a quorum required for certain religious obligations
- The Quorum, New Orleans coffee house famous for being a seat of racial integration during the 60s
- Quorum (distributed computing), the minimum number of votes required to be allowed to perform an operation
- Quorum (horse), sire of Red Rum
- Quorum (Latter Day Saints), a body of priesthood holders
- Quorum sensing, a system of stimulus and response correlated to population density
- Quorum, a London fashion boutique founded in the 1960s by Alice Pollock
- QUOROM flow chart, a flow chart of studies in a systematic review
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