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- "Australia: House of Representatives: Sessional Orders, Parliamentary Expressions, Disallowance of Notice ofMotion." The Table 49 (1981): 144-146.
- "House of Representatives: Australia: Interruption of Proceedings: Motions for Suspension of Standing Orders."Parliamentarian 60 (April 1979): 112-113.
- "House of Representatives: Motion of No Confidence in the Speaker." The Table 43 (1975): 147-148.
- "Motions and Resolutions in Parliamentary Procedure." Journal of Parliamentary Information 14 (October/December 1978): 537-546.
- Brennan, Frank. "Waiting for the Resolution." Australian Quarterly 61 (Winter 1989): 242-250.
- Griffiths, Clive E. "Motions and Orders of the Day." In Conference of Presiding Officers and Clerks, 11th, Hobart,1980, pp. 159-171.
- Littlejohn, C. P. "The Development of the Notices of Motion Procedure." In Conference of Presiding Officers andClerks, 11th, Hobart, 1980, pp. 172-175.
- Maunsell, C. R. "The Need for Motions to Be Seconded." In Conference of Presiding Officers and Clerks, 11th,Hobart, 1980, pp. 52-65.
- Okely, Bruce L. "The Urgency Motion and the Grievance Debate." In Conference of Presiding Officers and Clerks,8th, Apia, 1977, pp. 43-60.
- Snedden, Billy M. "Motions to Suspend Standing Orders." In Conference of Presiding Officers and Clerks, 7th,Rarotonga. Parliamentary Paper 24 (1977).
- Stott, Tom C. "Motions and Amendments Thereto." In Conference of Presiding Officers and Clerks, 2nd, Brisbane.Parliamentary Paper 106 (1969).
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