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During a meeting, you can adopt the motion to set the time to which to adjourn, which sets up an adjourned meeting which is a "continuation" of the prior meeting. If you have not done so, and the meeting has adjourned, it cannot be reopened. People should be able to confidently leave when a motion to adjourn has been adopted, knowing they will not be losing the chance to vote on something. 

As for "opening a new meeting," that would be a special meeting, which can only be done if your bylaws permit it, and almost certainly (unless you have very strange bylaws) would require notice, so you cannot simply adjourn a meeting, then open a new one. Just think of the mischief you could do if this were possible!

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