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Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 1462   |  Last updated: Dec 17, 2015
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    A frisk is a Fourth Amendment

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Questions: 8  |  Attempts: 621   |  Last updated: Dec 27, 2016
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    A frisk is a pat-down of the outer clothing to find

This is the online test for Parliamentary Procedure requirement for the BSA Public Speaking merit badge. The requirement states: 5. Show you know parliamentary procedure by leading a discussion or meeting according to...

Questions: 8  |  Attempts: 553   |  Last updated: Mar 1, 2016
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    What is Parliamentary Procedure?

Based upon Nebraska FFA Junior Parliamentary Procedure Leadership Skills Event.

Questions: 25  |  Attempts: 339   |  Last updated: Jul 30, 2011
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    The book that is considered the parliamentary authority for FFA is:

Courtroom evidence rules, and roles of participants in a trial.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 281   |  Last updated: Jan 9, 2013
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    1. Our justice system is known as an adversarial system which means that




Parliamentary Procedure Questions & Answers


Which of the following is not a principle of parliamentary procedure?
D. Courtesy to Everyone. The person who makes the motion gets privilege when speaking on a motion. Therefore, there is not courtesy for all in parliamentary procedures.
The President cannot vote.
I thought that the president could vote when their is a tie.
What is Parliamentary Procedure?
It is a set of rules for conducting a meeting that allows everyone to be heard.
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