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1 The Parliament was prorogued to the tenth of February.
2 This discussion was prorogued.
3 The legislative session prorogued yesterday.
4 Parliament be prorogue for the summer recess.
5 That's exactly what Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper did in early 2010, employing a time-honored Canadian political tactic known as a "prorogue" to shut down parliamentary debate.
6 Parliament is prorogue for the summer recess.
7 The legislature moved to prorogue the present session.
8 On my advice, the Governor General has agreed to prorogue Parliament.
9 It was the third time the prime minister had employed the prorogue in as many years.
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