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The time between two academic sessions or semesters.

in′ter·ses′sion·al adj.


the period between the end of one academic session and the beginning of the next session


(ˈɪn tərˌsɛʃ ən)

a period between two academic terms.
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intersessional committee meetings will be held in September on government bills that passed second reading by June 30, 2015; and
Contract Awarded for SBT Intersessional Science 15-16
Wise, Commentary on Parts 2 and 3 of the Zutphen Intersessional Draft: General Principles of Criminal Law, in OBSERVATIONS ON THE Consolidated ICC Text Before the Final Session of the Preparatory COMMITTEE 43, 52-53 (M.
But the experts (periti) whom the bishops should be calling upon to be involved in the intersessional seminars, studies, conferences and consultations should principally be the Catholic faithful of all walks of life and of varying experiences, not just priest-theologians.
Several TPP countries table alternative pharma IP text ahead of Mexico intersessional.
February: Caribbean Community (CARICOM) heads of government decided that information and communications technology (ICT) will be one of the major topics to be discussed at the upcoming intersessional meeting.
The meeting is the second of four annual Meetings of States Parties in the 2012-2015 intersessional programme leading up to the Eighth BWC Review Conference in 2016", said the BWC office in Geneva in a press release.
We have also actively supported the selection of a country other than Japan to host the next intersessional meeting of the IWC.
The law on procedural rules of the Parliament should include a norm allowing voting at the intersessional meetings, Respublika faction leader Kanatbek Isaev added.
International Criminal Court, Assembly of States Parties, Informal InterSessional Meeting of the Special Working Group on the Crime of Aggression, ICCASP/5/SWGCA/INF.
pdf (reporting on meetings of the SWGCA held in February 2009); International Criminal Court, Assembly of State Parties, Informal Intersessional Meeting on the Crime of Aggression, Hosted by the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination, Woodrow Wilson School at the Princeton Club, New York, from 8 to 10 June 2009, ICC-ASP/8/INF.
Although the regime has convened fourteen meetings of the COP, with numerous intersessional negotiations, and achieved many important agreements since its establishment in 1992, its mammoth size and lack of strong leadership has substantially constrained its effectiveness, making it virtually toothless in terms of implementation as well as decisionmaking.

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