sitting definition

sitting means, in relation to a House, a period during which that House is sitting continuously without adjournment, and includes any period during which the House is in committee;
sitting means a period during which Parliament is sitting continuously without adjournment, including any period during which Parliament is in committee;
sitting means a period during which the National Assembly is sitting without adjournment and includes any period during which it is in committee;

Examples of sitting in a sentence

No Managing Remuneration, Sitting Fees, Commission or Stock Option has been offered to the Directors.

Sitting in the patient waiting area ready to be introduced, the researcher noticed the reception area had an air of formality.

Having enabling infrastructurephysicalToilet availability for girls Availability of water in toilet Drinking waterMid day meal (MDM)Sitting arrangement during MDM No hazards around schoolClean surroundings Safety level of buildings Sitting facility for childrenClean School Premise5.

The details of the Audit Committee are given in Table 3.Table 3: Attendance record of Hindustan Zinc’s Audit Committee Meetings Name of the MemberPositionStatus No. of Meetings heldNo. of Meetings Sitting fees (`)AttendedMr. A.

Sitting at meat in the house of a Pharisee, He teaches those present true mercy, true humility, true hospitality, and the fact that they, having refused the supper of the Lord, will be rejected, 14:1-24.


More Definitions of sitting

sitting means in relation to either House of Parliament the period during which the House is sitting continuously without adjournment and includes any period during which it is in committee;
sitting means a period during which the House of Represen- tatives is sitting continuously without adjournment and includes any period during which the House is in committee;
sitting means a period during which the Legislative Assembly is sitting continuously without adjournment and includes any period during which the Assembly is in committee.
sitting means, in relation to Parliament, a period during which Parliament sits without adjournment and includes any period during Parliament is in committee;
sitting means, in relation to the House, the period during which it is sitting continuously without adjournment as includes any period during which it is in committee;
sitting means a period during which the Legislative Assembly is sitting continuously without adjournment, and includes any period during which the Assembly is in Committee;
sitting means a period during which the House is sitting continuously without adjournment and includes any period during which the House is in Committee; but two or more periods of sitting within the normal period of one sitting, or within an equivalent period, shall not rank as more than one sitting;