Meetings and planning for meetings can be tiring. Here’s a page where you can relax a bit and play a few games.
Sine die (SINE-ee DIE-ee) is the parliamentary term for “without day.” When an assembly adjourns sine die it is dissolved and will not meet again. This is the condition under which a house of delegates meets – in most cases they meet once and the next time the delegates meet they reconstitute themselves as a new delegate assembly. If the delegates serve for a particular term, or meet between annual meetings, they do not adjourn sine die.
For this game, you will get ten chances to guess all the letters in the parliamentary term. If you don’t, your game will end – sine die.
“The game is done! I’ve won, I’ve won!” Quoth she, and whistles thrice.
-Samuel Taylor Coleridge