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Leadership Unit 10

Discuss talk about (something) with another person or group of people.
Secondary coming after, less important than, or resulting from someone or something else that is primary.
Standing position, status, or reputation.
Majority the number by which the votes for one party or candidate exceed those of the next in rank.
Amendable capable of being corrected by additions
Chairperson a chairman or chairwoman (used as a neutral alternative).
Germane relevant to a subject under consideration
Primary of chief importance; principal.
Committee a group of people appointed for a specific function, typically consisting of members of a larger group
Precedence the condition of being considered more important than someone or something else; priority in importance, order, or rank.
Decorum behavior in keeping with good taste and propriety.
Main Motion is a motion that brings business before the assembly
General Consent is a situation in which no one present objects to a proposal
Adjourned Meeting A meeting which is a continuation of a preceding meeting. Sometimes called a "continued meeting."
Order of the Day the prevailing state of things.
Subsidiary less important than but related or supplementary to.
Recognition the action or process of recognizing or being recognized, in particular.
Two-thirds Vote a vote requiring the concurrence of two-thirds of the members of a politically organized group
Special better, greater, or otherwise different from what is usual.
Parlimantary Procedure a rule that defines how a particular situation is to be handled, or a particular outcome achieved, in a legislature or deliberative body.
Parliamentarian a member of a parliament, esp. one well versed in parliamentary procedure and experienced in debate.
Incidental accompanying but not a major part of something.
Chair the person in charge of a meeting or organization (used as a neutral alternative to chairman or chairwoman).
Debatable open to discussion or argument.
Pending awaiting decision or settlement.
Privileged having special rights, advantages, or immunities.
Vote a formal indication of a choice between two or more candidates or courses of action, expressed typically through a ballot or a show of hands or by voice
Out of order unacceptable or wrong.
Poise graceful and elegant bearing in a person
Violation break or fail to comply with (a rule or formal agreement).
Tie connect; link.
Vote by Voice a parliamentary vote taken by calling for ayes and noes and estimating which response is stronger
Immediately at once; instantly
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