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  1. Majority of quorum

    It may help to take a look at this thread in the Advanced Discussion Forum.
  2. Nominating committee

    Ordinarily, no motion is necessary since the election of board members will be the pending business.
  3. Postpone part of agenda

    No.
  4. board member

    I agree with the previous responses but would note that if there is an item of unfinished business to be considered, it will come up automatically at the appropriate time. Ordinarily, no motion will be necessary, since the question will have previously been introduced.
  5. President makes decision without Boards knowledge

    Oh, I'm not ignoring what you quoted, and I do not think it at all surprising that one can now find support for this sort of silliness. It's just that I'm old enough not to be impressed with the length people go to these days in striving for gender neutrality.
  6. vote requires 2/3 - round up or down?

    Well, I think George should cough up if Katy has any one of the three (4th, 5th, or 6th).
  7. vote requires 2/3 - round up or down?

    Katy! My fate is in your hands!
  8. vote requires 2/3 - round up or down?

    But George, guest Katy wants to know where to find it in ROR, and the answer to that question is "on page 204."
  9. President makes decision without Boards knowledge

    That's interesting. The one I've looked at defines "indefinite pronoun" as "A pronoun that does not refer to any person, amount, or thing in particular, e.g. anything, something, anyone, everyone." And no, of course I don't know this President's sex, but I'm fairly certain there is only one of them.
  10. President makes decision without Boards knowledge

    Yes, I've heard of indefinite pronouns, and "their" isn't one of them.
  11. President makes decision without Boards knowledge

    Well, if there are so many of them, I'm not 100% sure either.
  12. President makes decision without Boards knowledge

    No, I don't think so.
  13. Recording a motion that was 'tabled' twice and never resumed

    Yes, I know that meeting #2 (at which meeting the motion postponed to it was a general order) has come and gone. As I said, that motion should now be taken up as an item of unfinished business at the next meeting of the board, assuming that meeting will be held within a quarterly time interval.
  14. Debate after amendments

    No. If a member has spoken the maximum number of times on a main motion, he cannot speak again on that main motion on the same day, even although it has been substantially amended. He was, of course, entitled to speak on the motion to amend the main motion while that motion to amend was the immediately pending question.
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