Prorogate


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Pro´ro`gate


v. t.1.To prorogue.
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Chandler's dialogue, argues Lorie Watkins Fulton, "perhaps stuck with Faulkner" (43), but a deeper parallel underlies Chandler's impress on "Knight's Gambit": chivalry is often an anachronistic form of behavior that can prorogate the solution of not only investigative, but also personal dilemmas.
Senator Haji Lashkari Raisani said that despite prorogation of session of National Assembly, the senate of Pakistan did not prorogate the session and decided to be in the session to start campaign for fund-raising for the flood affected people.
40) A 1997 resolution more clearly expressed SBC concern for religious persecution--based on the scriptural roots of religious liberty as well as the belief "that all people should have the God-given freedom to form and hold opinions and religious beliefs and prorogate [propagate?