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Definition of Prorogue
ProrogueProrogue Pro*rogue", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Prorogued; p. pr. &
vb. n. Proroguing.] [F. proroger, L. prorogare, prorogatum;
pro forward + rogare to ask, to ask one for his opinion or
vote, or about a law. See Rogation.]
1. To protract; to prolong; to extend. [Obs.]
He prorogued his government. --Dryden.
2. To defer; to delay; to postpone; as, to proroguedeath; to
prorogue a marriage. --Shak.
3. To end the session of a parliament by an order of the
sovereign, thus deferring its business.
Parliament was prorogued to [meet at] Westminster.
The Parliament was again prorogued to a distant day.
Syn: To adjourn; postpone; defer. See Adjourn.
Meaning of Prorogue from wikipedia
is the action
, or ending, an ****embly, especially
a parliament, or the discontinuance
for a given
on days in which parliament
is not meeting. While
sessions, the legislature
by commissioners acting
in the Sovereign's name. Parliament
is always prorogued
to a definite
day. Parliament, while prorogued
, can be...
on the limits
of the royal prerogative power
of the United
Kingdom. Argued before
the Supreme Court
had to summon Parliament annually
no longer dissolve
and consent. Parliament became
- back from Windsor
to sit in Westminster
Hall; Parliament, which
had been prorogued
1665, did not reconvene until September
in his role as head of legislature
has full powers
and prorogue either house
or to dissolve
Lok Sabha. The president
- advertising. On 28 August
2019, Johnson declared
he had asked
to prorogue parliament
from 10 September, narrowing
- Northern Ireland
****embly. Indeed, in 1972, the UK Parliament unilaterally prorogued
a precedent relevant
war upon her death. She refused
to do either. In April
the Parliament, which
did not reconvene until
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