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Second

1. See: Second mortgage.

2. See: Second round.
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The court ruled the proposer and seconder could not be party to the case unless the Sharifs joined the appeal, which the brothers refused to do, charging the court is tainted because judges had taken their oath under an order promulgated by then President Pervez Musharraf in November 2007.
Resolutions submitted for consideration by the Representative Assembly shall be in writing on the forms provided, signed by the maker and the seconder of the motion.
The Company continued to improve operating results by posting its seconder profit of $650,000 and up over 100% from third quarter 1996 profit of $557,000.
Nomination papers of Zafarullah Khattak and Ali Khan of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf were rejected because neither the candidates nor their authorised agents or their proposer and seconder attended the scrutiny process, said the commission.
The Sindh chief minister proposed Moula Bux Chandio for Senate election while his seconder was provincial minister Mumtaz Jakhrani.
There are Mir Abdul Quddus's is proposed by Mir Jan Mohammad Jamali and seconded by Mir Sarferaz Bugti, Agha Liaqat's proposer is Ubaidullah Jan Babat and seconder Walaim Barkat, while Addul Reheem Zairatwal's is proposed by Sardar Mustafa Tareen and seconded by Abdul Majeed Achakzai, she said.
Bushra Gauhar from ANP appeared against PTI senator Liaqat Tarakai arguing that action be initiated against the seconder and proposer of Liaqat Tarakai as to how they proposed name of Tarakai despite his off shore companies.
The fact is anyway that he should have submitted agenda items a week in advance, together with a seconder, which he did not.
And when asked about the seconder with it, the veteran administrator said it would not be proper for him to share all the details.
No one ever disagrees with the kingpin, Alan Hansen, and his continual seconder Alan Shearer never offers a different opinion.
Mr Tatman added: "We had advised the council ahead of time what we were going to say, but when it came to it, a proposal to have the matter deferred got no seconder and they effectively just nodded it through without debate.