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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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The MTNA Board of Directors shall serve as ex officio without vote members of this council.
With state-of-the-art technical features and benefits, Seattle-based Ex Officio has been on the forefront of performance clothing since its inception 16 years ago.
Ex Officio is distributed through specialty outdoor, fly-fishing, travel and luggage stores across the United States and throughout the world.
CONTACT: Tom Smithburg of Ex Officio, +1-312-829-8326, ext.
The new VP of Merchandising and Design position will free Ex Officio President, Rick Hemmerling, to focus more closely on new business development and strategic marketing.
When asked why Rick Hemmerling chose Pat Nugent for the crucial role of Ex Officio VP of Merchandising and Design, he stated, "Pat asked which position was available and I said mine, only she would have to do it much better
Fortunately, due to the quick and efficient efforts on the part of the entire Ex Officio team, we are still able to offer a variety of groundbreaking product innovations for Spring 2003.
Supervision of the ex officio soil remediation work on the project Tragel - Perform monitoring and reporting remediation work,- Perform safety coordination creation,- Format technical specifications + O + VC succession in situ remediation (optional)- Award review report open tender remediation (optional)- Communications,- Carry out field work,- Perform laboratory analyzes,- Monitoring groundwater.
At the same meeting, the Agricore United Board of Directors formalized its relationship with the Company's Chief Executive Officer by confirming that Brian Hayward serves as an ex officio member of the Board of Directors.