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standing order

a rule or order governing the procedure, conduct, etc., of a legislative body
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After a trial period between 1965 and 1968, time allocation in its current form was added to the Standing Orders in 1969.
We amended the Standing Orders last year for smooth running of Parliament.
Alun Ffred said absolutely nothing, ignoring and failing to uphold Plaid Cymru's standing orders.
Amending the Standing Orders is a routine matter that arises every other time, when circumstances demand.
In the first three months after a standing order for naloxone was authorized in Michigan, pharmacies have dispensed 1,290 potentially life-saving orders of the medication, Lt.
The party released details of the group standing orders Mr McEvoy is alleged to have breached.
Executive Council continues to be set at two hours by the Standing Orders.
And there's no wonder the nation's finances are in such a state as three-quarters of bill payers don't know how much their direct debits and standing orders add up to and a quarter don't know how many of these transactions they have set up.
The vicar and management team appealed in the parish magazine for church members to give one-off donations, set up monthly standing orders and increase the amount given on a regular basis.
They sent her a note asking to clarify what she had said after: "Huge portions of the standing orders of this place are .
Prepaid Financial Services (PFS) has launched an API banking proposition that facilitates SEPA credit and debit transfers and standing orders throughout Europe, extending its banking solution across the Eurozone, the company said.
For those who sign up for standing orders to pay their bills, or already do that, the draw for the e1/4100 voucher will take place every six months.