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adj.1.by virtue of an office or position.
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An English governess, or even an American governess, if, indeed, there be such a being in nature, may be every thing that is respectable, and prudent, and wise, and good; but the French governess has a sort of ex-officio moral taint about her, that throws her without the pale of literary charities.
magasin = shop; ex-officio = by virtue of his position--Cooper frequently criticized American diplomats for taking on the conservative views of the monarchial governments to which they were accredited; oi polloi = common people, rabble (Greek); de Tocqueville = Alexis de Tocqueville = French writer (1805-1859), famous for his account of American culture, "Democracy in America" (1835 and 1840)--Cooper had provided Tocqueville with letters of introduction for his 1832 American visit, but resented the extreme admiration accorded his book}
I had been appointed ex-officio by the British Consul to take charge of her after a man who had died suddenly, leaving for the guidance of his successor some suspiciously un receipted bills, a few dry-dock estimates hinting at bribery, and a quantity of vouchers for three years' extravagant expenditure; all these mixed up to gether in a dusty old violin-case lined with ruby velvet.
His successors were ex-officio Masters of the Gihon Hunt, as all Inspectors were Whips.
Dominguez III, who is an ex-officio member of the Governance Commission for Government-Owned or -Controlled Corporations (GCG), told reporters recently that the GCG decided to abolish the Philippine Aerospace Development Corp.
39 nga naghatag og mandato sa kalihim sa Department of Energy (DOE) isip ex-officio chairman sa Board of Directors sa Exploration Corporation ug Renewables Corporation sa Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC).
Some section of the media had carried out news that there was a mass resignation of the Directors serving as Ex-officio members in the boards of directors of the SoEs and technical Evaluation Committees.
ISLAMABAD -- Minister for Law and Justice Zahid Hamid, an ex-officio member of the Parliamentary Committee framing Terms of Reference (ToRs) on Panama Papers, has been made member of the body in place of Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Mohammad Asif.
The representatives of provinces, FATA, ICT, Ministry of Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage and Ministry of Finance will act as ex-officio members of the BOG.
He is an ex-officio member of the association's Buffalo Advisory Council, Company Industry Relations and Member Benefits & Services Committees.
Citizens and firms will be able to take out all required documents from a number of state institutions in one place and to this effect the Government has drafted a law on providing and sharing evidence and information ex-officio.
The 2011-2013 GNA Board of Directors is (L-R) Wanda Jones, RN, MSN, FNP-BC, Secretary; Sally Welsh, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, Director of Membership Development; Judy Malachowski, PhD, RN, CNE, Director of Legislation/Public Policy; Rebecca Wheeler, MA, RN, BSN, President-Elect; Sheila Warren, MHA, MSN, RN, President; Deborah Hackman, CAE, ex-officio member, Chief Executive Officer; Jill Williams, RN, MSN, CPHQ, MCSM, Treasurer; Jane Sweetwood, RN, MN, CCRN, CPAN, Director of Workforce Advocacy; Georgia Barkers, EdD, MBA, MHA, BSN, RN-BC, NEA-BC, ex-officio member, Georgia Nurses Foundation President; and Carol Dean Baker, PhD, RN, Director of Nursing Practice.