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Henry M. Robert (1837–1923).  Robert's Rules of Order.  1915.

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special 73
of precedence of motions 5
Organization of an occasional or mass meeting 275
of a semi-permanent mass meeting 283
of a permanent society 284
of a convention or assembly of delegates 292, 296
Papers and Documents, reading of 101
in custody of secretary 245
Parliamentary Inquiry 98
Parliamentary Law, its origin, etc 15
Pending question, meaning of 23
immediately pending question, meaning of 23
Plan for Study of Parliamentary Law 305
Plan of the Manual 20
Plurality Vote defined 24
Postpone to a certain time 121
indefinitely 152
Preamble, form of 35
considered after the resolution 94
Precedence of motions, order of 5
meaning of 21
President or Presiding Officer (see Chairman) 236
Previous Question 111
Principal, or Main, Motion or Question 51
Priority of Business, questions relating to 187
Privilege, questions of 66
Privileged Motions or Questions 57
Program of a meeting (same as Orders of the Day) 74
Proxy Voting 200
Putting the question, form of 40
Questions (see Forms, Motions, Privilege, Privileged, Order, Stating, and Putting)
Quorum 257
when there is no rule, consists of a majority 258
committees and boards cannot decide upon 259
in Congress and Parliament 261
Reading of Papers 101
Reception of a Report (see Committees) 220
Recess, to take a 64
Recommit (see Commit) 125, 130
Reconsider 156
motions that cannot be reconsidered 158
Reconsider and have entered on the minutes 165



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