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adjourn: (v) to pause a session that will resume at a later time
appellate: (adj) dealing with appeals or reversals of a decision
apportion: (v) to allot a portion of
appropriation: (n) the amount of money reserved for a particular purpose
concurrence: (n) multiple things in agreement or existence at the same time
emolument: (n) a salary or wage
enumeration: (n) the action of establishing the number of something
impeachment: (n) the charging of a public official with wrongdoing
impost: (n) something imposed or levied, such as a tax
indictment: (n) the formal charging of a serious offense
insurrection: (n) a rebellion or revolt against an authority
ordain: (v) to officially establish or decree something
quorum: (n) the minimum number of people present at a meeting to make the meeting valid or official
tribunal: (n) a court of law
vest: (v) to assign or appoint to someone