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Sine die

“Sine die” is a Latin term that means “without a day.” It is usually used in legal and parliamentary contexts to indicate the adjournment of a meeting or session without specifying a future date for reconvening. When a session adjourns sine die, it means that there is no set date for it to resume, and it usually marks the end of that session. This term is commonly used in legislative bodies such as parliaments and congresses when they adjourn at the end of their term or session.

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