roll call


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roll call

n.
1. The reading aloud of a list of names of people, as in a classroom or military post, to determine who is present or absent.
2. The time fixed for such a reading.

roll call

n
1. (Military) the reading aloud of an official list of names, those present responding when their names are read out
2. (Military) the time or signal for such a reading

roll′ call`


n.
the calling of a list of names, as of soldiers or students, for checking attendance.
[1765–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.roll call - calling out an official list of namesroll call - calling out an official list of names
mail call - a call of names of those receiving mail
muster call - a call of the names of personnel at a military assembly
attendance check - a call of students' names in a classroom
utterance, vocalization - the use of uttered sounds for auditory communication
Translations
vyvolávání jmen
navneopråb
nimenhuuto
prozivanje
点呼
점호
upprop
การขานชื่อ
điểm danh

roll call

nappello

roll call

تَفَقُّدُ الـحُضُور vyvolávání jmen navneopråb Namensaufruf προσκλητήριο lista nimenhuuto appel prozivanje appello 点呼 점호 appel opprop sprawdzanie obecności chamada перекличка upprop การขานชื่อ yoklama điểm danh 点名
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Despite their pale swollen faces and tattered uniforms, the hussars formed line for roll call, kept things in order, groomed their horses, polished their arms, brought in straw from the thatched roofs in place of fodder, and sat down to dine round the caldrons from which they rose up hungry, joking about their nasty food and their hunger.
Rochefort had returned to the Chevalier d'Humieres his fifty horsemen, less two, missing at roll call.
Dillon who had earlier worked at the Capitol for years before contesting a senatorial by-election in Montserrado and lost, Speaker Chambers did not follow the regular rules of the Plenary, noting that the Speaker had already opened session before calling for roll call in order to determine a quorum.
The eliminated guidance includes directives related to grant programs that no longer exist and policy letters sent to states under the former K-12 education law (PL 107-110)," wrote Roll Call.
Miguel Zubiri also attended 89 session days but arrived after the roll call 19 times.
Roughly 40 people were at Monday's protest, Roll Call reports.
How he got there: Roll Call writes that "a massive arbitration award exceeding $1 million against Hinojosa from a failed food business - along with tens of thousand of dollars of unpaid tax bills for that business" put Hinojosa as the sixth-poorest member.
Roll Call said its reporters in the Senate Press Gallery looked down and counted five copies of the 368-page tome on the desks of five Democrats, including Sens.
Finally the text provides roll call charts for both houses, provides a record of both the House votes and votes in the Senate.
Meanwhile, although a roll call assessment of this vote shows that almost all EPP members supported plenary amendments (except some French and German MEPs), certain German and Polish Socialist MEPs, as well as some from the EFD (including UKIP), and non-attached members opposed it.
Far be it from F&J to question the wisdom of Roll Call, but you'd think they might have asked a "national Democratic operative" to balance out the picture.
The third section contains a compilation of roll call votes in the House and Senate in 2011; it includes indexes of the roll call votes and the bills on which roll call votes were taken.