Looks like the 83rd episode of the Texas Legislature, everybody’s favorite is-this-reality show, will wrap up soon. The 83rd is in its waning days and, barring a third special session, we won’t get to enjoy the show again until the 84th convenes in January 2015.
The Latin term used to connote a session’s end is “sine die.” Sine means “belly” and die means “up.”
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