exeat


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exeat

(ˈɛksɪət)
n
1. (Education) leave of absence from school or some other institution
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) a bishop's permission for a priest to leave his diocese in order to take up an appointment elsewhere
[C18: Latin, literally: he may go out, from exīre]
References in classic literature ?
But now Philip added other means of attaining his desire: he began to wish, when he saw a new moon or a dappled horse, and he looked out for shooting stars; during exeat they had a chicken at the vicarage, and he broke the lucky bone with Aunt Louisa and wished again, each time that his foot might be made whole.
Linda Perratt will fancy Ho Leng's chances in the finale while Exeat and Petrula hold solid claims.
1) When either party is about to remove himself or herself or his or her property out of the state, or fraudulently convey or conceal it, the court may award a ne exeat or injunction against the party or the property and make such orders as will secure alimony or support to the party who should receive it.
Ben Hanbury's Ramooz and the John Gosden-trained Exeat are the two British-based raiders in the Group Three Aon MacDonagh Boland Stakes over seven furlongs on the same card.
ENRIQUE: Smart juvenile (but a disappointing fourth to Mujahid in the Dewhurst) and idled when scraping home from Exeat on Newbury reappearance.
The Cecil horse is worth opposing and French ace Olivier Peslier can pop up here on EXEAT (3.
And Jim Goldie got on the scoresheet when Exeat landed a bet of pounds 5000-pounds 2000 after making all under Tony Culhane in the Classified Stakes.
The manner of his victory in the seven-furlong Group Three sparked debate as whether he will stay a mile as he held on by only half a length from Exeat.
And Exeat, which finished second to Orpen in the Prix Morny, is also in the line-up.
In Friday's Spring Mile, the consolation event for horses eliminated from the Lincoln, Goldie expects to be represented by Tony Tie, Albashoosh and Exeat.
Exeat is a quality horse and potentially well handicapped.