Examples of roll call in a Sentence
Two students missed roll call.
the roll call of the fallen was read aloud at the memorial service
Recent Examples of roll call from the Web
The parliament in Barcelona voted to instruct the Catalan government to fully break with Spain in a secret vote without roll call.
The proceedings will include a prisoner of war/missing in action remembrance, placement of memorial wreath, roll call to honor current veterans and patriotic songs sung by MaryJo Garinger, along with the Regency Choir.
Hellcats lined up for roll call in a rainbow of eye-popping color: yellow jacket, octane red, go mango.
McCain returned to the Senate from a brain cancer diagnosis and in a dramatic post-midnight roll call cast a stunning, third GOP vote against that measure.
Berlin, Barcelona, Nice, London — the roll call of mass murder by vehicle keeps getting longer, yet that simple intervention somehow never seems urgent.
The last time the Rohrabacher-Blumenauer amendment came up for a vote, the roll call from Pennsylvania showed that Reps.
Mayor Bob Buckhorn addressed the officers Wednesday (Oct. 25) during a roll call at a park in the neighborhood near downtown Tampa where two men and one woman have been gunned down while walking since Oct. 9, the newspaper reported.
The website shows that Young has missed 126 out of 428 roll call votes this year -- equal to about 29% -- the most among all Senators.
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First Known Use of roll call
roll call Synonyms
Synonymscanon, catalog (or catalogue), checklist, listing, menu, register, registry, roll, 1list, roster, schedule, table
Related Wordsagenda, bibliography, catalogue raisonné, compendium, compilation, directory, docket, enumeration, glossary, index, inventory, manifest, payroll; calendar, chronology, timetable
ROLL CALL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of roll call for English Language Learners
: the act of saying each of the names on a list to find out who is present
: a list of people or things
legal Definition of roll call
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