of Order has brought order to millions of meetings.
Jesus loved a good party and we never hear of him going to a meeting run by Robert's Rules
In accordance with Robert's Rules
of Order [section]46, the Advisory Council (AC) of the International Horn Society has declared that the nominee has been elected by acclamation (see biography below).
12) Biennial Amendment 17-Clarified the use of Robert's Rules
for parliamentary procedure.
Per Robert's Rules
of Order, Mayor Don Hampton took Fortune's motion up first, which passed 4 to 3, after which Councilor Ernie Baszler said he didn't understand what he was voting for.
As students, most of us have never heard of Robert's Rules
of Order, the short title of a book containing rules of order intended to be adopted as a parliamentary authority for use by a deliberative assembly when conducting business.
A sufficient number of VSNA members to make a quorum were not present for the business meeting so the meeting as stated in Robert's Rules
could not be held.
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New political eras have a kind of Robert's Rules
of Order rhythm to them.
The idea behind the informal hour was to give NCEW members a free-wheeling opportunity to vent, react, and question, uncoupled from Robert's Rules
of Order and the formality of the annual business meeting, which came later in the day anyway.
Army genera/wrote Robert's Rules
of Order (frequently misquoted at meetings of all kinds); (d) gave his name to London streetcars ("Tramcars"); (e) headed the Mcllhenny Company, famous for its Tabasco sauce (hot stuff
The Council's rules or order shall be Robert's Rules
of Order in all cases where they are not inconsistent with these by-laws.