from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A course of action; a procedure.
- noun A sequence of events occurring at a particular place or occasion.
- noun A record of business carried on by a society or other organization; minutes.
- noun Legal action; litigation.
- noun The activities and hearings of a legal body or administrative agency.
- noun The institution or pursuance of legal action.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A going forward; a procession; the act of one who proceeds; especially, a measure or step taken; a doing; a transaction: as, an illegal proceeding; a cautious proceeding; a violent proceeding.
- noun Advancement.
- noun plural A record or account of the transactions of a society: as, the Proceedings of the American Philological Association.
- noun Synonyms Procedure, Operation, etc. (see
process), measure, performance, step.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The act of one who proceeds, or who prosecutes a design or transaction; progress or movement from one thing to another; a measure or step taken in a course of business; a transaction
- noun (Law) The course of procedure in the prosecution of an action at law.
- noun the published record of its action, or of things done at its meetings.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb Present participle of
- noun The act of one who
proceeds, or who prosecutes a design or transaction
- noun Progress or movement from one thing to another.
- noun A measure or step taken in a course of business; a transaction; as, an illegal proceeding; a cautious or a violent proceeding.
- noun Plural, see
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun (law) the institution of a sequence of steps by which legal judgments are invoked
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"It is not (_Golf_ is not!) a proceeding (_proceeding, quotha!
We observed that the gates of the two walls were not built opposite to each other, with the object no doubt of exposing an assaulting party to greater loss in proceeding from the outer to the inner gate.
Read this way, the point of the passage is that we can adapt to new situations in ways that go beyond anything we already knew how to do; doing this is what he calls proceeding according to the kinds.
On a label proceeding from his mouth is inscribed the following line: "O Christ, be thy wounds my pleasing remedy."
"3rd Regt.;" his right hand points to the tomb; and a label proceeding from his mouth represents him saying, "I have obtained a pension of a shilling a day only for putting an end to thy days."
"There was no point in proceeding under the current conditions."
We have but one resource if such a proceeding is distasteful, and that is, not to vote at all, which is certainly unpatriotic.
The third Fairfax proceeding is now in its sixth week, with the defense building its case that Prieto should not be executed because of the trauma he suffered as a child growing up in war-torn El Salvador in the 1970s.
Moreover the recent decisions from the Judiciary also reflect their reluctance in proceeding with the case.
He wrote, market theory often prevents access to a true understanding of competition by proceeding from the assumption of a 'given' quantity of scarce goods.