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    session or sitting of the academic board

    "This issue will be reviewed during the session of the academic board."

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    "This issue will be reviewed at the sitting of the academic board."

    Are these sentences grammatically correct? Which one is better "session" or "sitting"?

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    Re: session or sitting of the academic board

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "This issue will be reviewed during the session of the academic board."

    OR

    "This issue will be reviewed at the sitting of the academic board."

    Are these sentences grammatically correct? Which one is better "session" or "sitting"?
    I suggest this:
    "This issue will be reviewed during the (next) meeting of the academic board."

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