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.
In contrast, Thinking about Suicide (Paul Durcan), Exeat (Stevie Smith) and A Commination (A D Hope), along with others, indicate a world-weariness arising from chronic socioeconomic stress.
He said 'the policy will also address genuine grievances of our exeat community in their homecoming'.
The resulting court order, known as a writ of ne exeat republica (writ), commands the U.
48) For example, in Washington the following remedies may be used to enforce the payment of child support: contempt of court, execution, garnishment, ne exeat, receivership, appointment of a commissioner, injunction, obtaining a specific judgment or lien, recourse to statutory proceedings, action on contract or for specific performance, wage assignments, and the use of a lis pendens.
Bass, Note, Ne Exeat Clauses Proven Ineffective: How the Hague Convention Renders Access Rights Illusory, 29 N.
51) Ces formules rejoignent celles qui indiquent que le tombeau ne doit pas sortir du nom de la famille ne de nomine exeat (52) Non seulement le tombeau, mais aussi les jardins et cepotaphes ou loci cohaerentes qui jouxtent les sepulchra suivent normalement le regime juridique (familial ou hereditaire) voulu par le fondateur ou la fondatrice.
For Hague Convention purposes, therefore, any parent of a child in Singapore subject to a custody order under the Women's Charter (whether or not the order gives them custody) appears to have a statutory ne exeat right--essentially the right of one parent to veto the removal of the child from the jurisdiction of residence by the other parent, even when the other parent has full (sole) custody rights.
Nondum sonet vox in ore meo et inest Jam verbum cordi meo, ut autem exeat ad te quod corde concepi ministerium vocis inquirit.
ad 5, 113-4: "Ad quintum, quod "puer respondet ad interrogata", dicendum quod non sic respondet propter aliquam scientiam quam prius anima eius habuit et quae in ipso secundum habitum latet, ut per interrogata commoveatur ut exeat in actum, sicut opinatus est Plato, sed quia ex notitia primorum principiorum incomplexorum quam prius sibi acquisivit per sensus cognoscendo tenninos, statim--hoc est modico discursu--patent ei quaecumque proponuntur sub interrogatione per immediata; et hoe maxime quando homo est ingenio perspicax et assistit divina illustratio ad perceptionem veritatis sincerae, cui Augustinus attribuit quod sic puer respondet, I[degrees] libro Retractationum.
A recent whirlwind drifting through my world, found me unexpectedly in Kariba over the long exeat weekend in February.