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ex officio

Hospital practice Referring to service provided by a medical practitioner by virtue of an office or position held, which does not have voting rights; ex officio refers to privileges or services that are implied without being officially delineated
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They did so by voting to eliminate ex officio members, and then inviting back as individuals those--such as retiring Archbishop Harry Flynn--who have not interfered in the past with the institution's leftward tilt.
The Editor or Editors of Renaissance Quarterly, or any other periodical, or any series published by the Society shall be ex officio members of the Executive Board.
The Board of Directors shall appoint the Executive Director who shall serve, ex officio, without vote on the Board of Directors.
of Arizona, ex officio member and chairman of the Assistant Coaches Committee.
To build competence and increase the oversight ability of the school board, the commission believes that state and civic officials should be added as ex officio members.
edu), coordinator ex officio (appointed 2004); Pauline Bayne (ex officio), Bonna Boettcher (ex officio), Laura Dankner (ex officio), Morris Martin (2004-6), Nancy Nuzzo (ex officio), Gordon Rowley (2003-5).
I still have a big problem with those fees,'' said engineer Bill Dahl, an ex officio committee member.