Sine Die


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Sine Die

The adjournment of a committee or assembly without scheduling a date for the next meeting. Legislatures adjourn sine die at the end of a session, while a board of directors may do so if its company is closing down, being sold, or otherwise ceasing operations.
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Later, the deputy speaker adjourned the session sine die.
There were reports that Winter Session might be adjourned sine die by Friday, a week ahead of schedule.
The one day session prorogued sine die after meeting four hours and 25 minutes.
According to sources, Parliament might be adjourned sine die after the passage of Finance Bill, which is crucial to the survival of the government.
The emergency state was decreed on January 14, 2011 and extended sine die from August 2011 by virtue of the order nA2011-999 of July 21, 2011.
Il a poursuivi s'etre mis d'accord avec le gouvernement egyptien en novembre 2012 sur la conclusion d'un accord de credit de 4,8 milliards d'USD, ajoutant que le gouvernement egyptien avait toutefois reclame le report sine die de l'accord.
King received a sine die worldwide ban and later had to reject a lucrative offer to play in New Zealand.
The suggestions that the government may end the winter session, slated to last until December 13, by adjourning it sine die was denied by the Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal.
Earlier, a police source in Anbar province said that a curfew was imposed sine die in Ramadi after three car bomb blasts left dozens killed or wounded.
NEWS reached even the mid-West about the Scotland players banned, sine die, for their 12-hour booze binge.
TWENTY two players have been suspended sine die by Birmingham County FA in the aftermath of an alleged assault on a referee last season by a player who was never identified.
Following the game, West Park also cited Davies and he was eventually banned sine die - in other words for the foreseeable future - by Durham County RFU because he failed to appear before them on the advice of his solicitor.