honorarily

honorarily

(ˈɒnərərɪlɪ)
adv
in an honorary manner or capacity
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Chaya recounts how he spent his career as a money exchange officer, starting his own offices -- Chaya for Money Exchange A[degrees]-- and helping develop the Syndicate for Money Exchangers, which he still honorarily heads.
After living here for more than a decade I'm happy to count myself as honorarily Irish most of the time - especially now my mum has citizenship.
You had early chatter that Pollard could be released in exchange for some sort of peace process deal; then you had former deputy defense secretary Lawrence Korb claim that his former boss Caspar Weinberger's anti-Israel bias contributed to Pollard's life sentence; then you had 39 Democratic congressmen, including influential ones like Barney Frank and Anthony Weiner, asking President Obama to commute Pollard's sentence; and finally you had reports that Prime Minister Netanyahu had asked for the freedom of Pollard (since honorarily made an Israeli citizen) as part of a deal in which his cabinet would approve a 90-day West Bank construction freeze.
After years of playing one on TV, Chuck Norris is now a Texas Ranger in real life, at least honorarily.
Still others were honorarily promoted to GFO, such as with Grace Hopper, who neither had command nor a joint specialty billet, yet her work with computers was vitally important to the Navy.
Santos said he got the idea for the honorary designation from Richard Maynard, who told him that part of 126th Street in New York City is honorarily named for King, the Civil Rights leader who was assassinated in 1968.
The former alcoholics mostly work honorarily, even if they were trained and/or are supervised.