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In the absence of a provision in the bylaws, parliamentary law fixes a quorum at a majority of the members--a level that can be unrealistically high, particularly in a period of declining meeting attendance.
An 1884 clipping from The New York Globe described Dean as "courteous and thoroughly posted in parliamentary law" and praised his "ability and promise as chairman [of the Florida Negro Convention]."
Under parliamentary law, the House has given Wahid three months to respond to the accusations.
Parliamentary law only requires the signatures of 20 lower house members, he said.
English medieval intolerance gave way to Protestantism, capitalism, and Parliamentary law by the seventeenth century, which led to an abiding, socially institutionalized ideology of liberalism that was not infrequently accompanied by persistent currents of philosemitism, which was a considerable boon to English Jewry.
The scheme is, however, based on a Parliamentary law which is directly applicable without, in principle, leaving room for discretion of the administration on a case-by-case basis.
Madison decision, England was recognizing the supremacy of Parliament over the judiciary and, thus, the inability of a court to declare parliamentary law illegal.
Of particular significance in this context, by all accounts, was the masque of 1633-34 called The Triumph of Peace invented by the Inns of Court and written by John Shirley of Gray's Inn.(37) This is often called "The Lawyers' Masque," and it is recognized as a spectacle in which the lawyers were trying to edge Charles I toward a return to a regime of parliamentary law and justice.(38) The occasion of this masque was the publication by William Prynne of his Histrio-Mastix: The Players Scourge or Actors Tragedie dedicated to "His much Honoured Friends" of Lincolnes Inne and the four Innes of Court.
Paul Mason worked diligently for more than 40 years to keep legislators up to date on parliamentary law. Now a seasoned commission has taken up where he left off.
(TAP) - Two delegations of the Independent High Authority for the Elections (ISIE) and the Administrative Court were heard Thursday by the Committee on Rules of Procedure, Immunity and Parliamentary Law and Elections at the House of People's Representatives (HPR) on two proposed amendments to Article 49 of the Election Law.
"They take the instrument of parliamentary law of interpellation to absurdity".

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