Definitions for "Quorum Call"
a vote to make sure that there are enough members present to have a final vote
Transmitting the message that members are needed to establish a quorum so proceedings can begin.
A parliamentary procedure to determine whether a quorum exists in either chamber. Under the Constitution (Article IV, Part Third, Section 3) each chamber may compel the attendance of absent members in the manner it sees fit. Usually that is accomplished by a command from the presiding officer for all members within the sound of the bell to take their seats.
Keywords:  unanimous, presence, await, roll, brief
A method used to establish the presence of a majority for the lawful transacting of business.
A roll call to determine whether a quorum of that house is present.
A quorum call seeks to bring a majority of Members to the floor to record their presence.