table


table
index calendar (record of yearly periods), continue (adjourn), defer (put off), delay, doubt (hesitate), hold up (delay), postpone, procrastinate, suspend

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


table
n.
A list or chart that includes many items of information in a concise display.
v.
To postpone or suspend consideration of something, such as a proposed item of legislation.

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