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recess in Law topic

recessre‧cess2 /rɪˈses $ ˈriːses, rɪˈses/ verb [intransitive]  especially American EnglishPGPSCT if a government, law court etc recesses, it officially stops work for a period of time→ See Verb table
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recessNewer recessed fixtures are labeled no-clearance and can be insulated over.Congress was scheduled to recess for Easter and Passover on Friday.It was a heavily padded room, its walls covered with recessed handholds.Downlighters can also be recessed into ceilings, to create atmospheric pools of light on the surface below.The judge recessed the trial for two hours.Mount them on or recess them into a ceiling or down the side of a wall.Then she races to recess with her new friend.