During the sessions of the US House of Representatives, I noticed that a time holder can either:
- yield themselves as much time as they may consume to speak. (up to the limit defined)
- yield a supporter of their stance a specific amount of time or as much as they may consume (up to the limit defined)
- yield back (surrender) the balance of their time to the chair (aka forfeit their time of debate)
- Reserve the balance of their time to use later.
In the House of Representatives, can a holder of debate time continuously reserve the balance of their time when called on?