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adjourn for

To temporarily end a meeting or gathering with the intent of continuing it at a later time. Since we were getting hungry, we decided to adjourn for lunch.
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adjourn to

To suspend a meeting or gathering with the intent of continuing it in another location. There was a mishap in scheduling for the conference room, so we had to adjourn to the cramped office next door and finish our meeting there.
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adjourn for

a time to bring a meeting to a temporary close so the participants can take part in some other activity. We must adjourn for the day.
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adjourn to (some place)

to bring a meeting to a temporary close so the participants can move to another place (where the meeting will be started again). We adjourned to the sitting room.
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We are adjourning for a second time to provide our shareholders time to cast their vote.
We have therefore elected to proceed with our substantive meeting on December 8 as previously scheduled, but we anticipate adjourning the meeting at its conclusion and continuing it to December 21 in order to better ensure that all shareholders have received their proxy statement/prospectus materials and have sufficient time to consider them and cast their votes on this important issue before voting is closed.
NASDAQ National Market: ECCS) today announced that it was adjourning its Special Meeting of Shareholders scheduled for Thursday, November 30, 2000 to Thursday, December 14, 2000 at 9:00 A.
the "Company") announces today that the Company will be adjourning its Annual General Meeting to be held January 24th, 2000 until February 23rd, 2000 in order to allow unregistered U.