At one session of 80 people, about 35 were carrying iPads, a device only first announced sometime around last year's Davos.
His speeches are like a session with hypnotist, and his respect for the truth is a very relative thing.
After the session, I spend the rest of the day meeting with students.
Delay is denial—it will be even more difficult to start over in the Senate next session.
But he is expected to return for the beginning of the session Feb. 4.
How long did the Philadelphia convention continue in session?
The boys were satisfied with this arrangement, and the session was closed.
The opinion of parliament on two other questions during the session was, seemingly, influenced by events in France.
I come to close the session and so permit you to return home.
He was going to Annapolis, where Congress was in session, in order to resign his command.
late 14c., "periodical sitting of a court," from Old French session "act or state of sitting; assembly," from Latin sessionem (nominative sessio) "act of sitting; a seat; loitering; a session," noun of action from past participle stem of sedere "to sit" (see sedentary). Sense of "period set aside for some activity" is first recorded 1920, in bull session, probably from quarter sessions courts (see quarter (n.)). Musical sense of "recording occasion in a studio" is from 1927.
: He used to do a lot of session playing but hardly ever worked for an audience
1. A lasting connection between a user (or user agent) and a peer, typically a server, usually involving the exchange of many packets between the user's computer and the server. A session is typically implemented as a layer in a network protocol (e.g. telnet, FTP).
In the case of protocols where there is no concept of a session layer (e.g. UDP) or where sessions at the session layer are generally very short-lived (e.g. HTTP), virtual sessions are implemented by having each exchange between the user and the remote host include some form of cookie which stores state (e.g. a unique session ID, information about the user's preferences or authorisation level, etc.).
See also login.
2. A lasting connection using the session layer of a networking protocol.