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ad hoc

adjective Referring to or for the purpose at hand (e.g., an ad hoc committee).

ad hoc

adjective For the purpose at hand
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The above Ad-hoc Relief Allowance shall be accommodated from within the budgetary allocation for the year 2019-20 by the respective Ministries/divisions/departments and no supplementary grants would be given on this account.
Crucial to a successful free, fair and credible election is the recruitment, training and deployment of ad-hoc staff, mostly members of the National Youth Service Corps, students of tertiary institutions, and lecturers in the Nigerian universities', the INEC chairman emphasised.
Sources informed that the nomination of the ad-hoc judge will be finalised after getting inputs from the Foreign Office and the military establishment.
In the budget 2017-18, the government has given 10 percent ad-hoc relief to government employees and allowed an increase of pension of the retired employees with the similar amount.
The second technology used by AirDrop is an Ad-Hoc Wi-Fi network.
He said all employees, whether on contract or in the corporations, would benefit from the 50 percent ad-hoc relief allowance.
Consider a huge ad-hoc network, which is partitioned and connected via single hop host.
"As with the comments, the AFS 10E MACT Ad-hoc Committee will continue to play a key role in working with the EPA to resolve our issues and shape a set of final standards that reflect foundry practices and meet the needs of the Clean Air Act."
These ad-hoc data sources rarely get inserted into the data warehouse.
According to Rheingold, the Manila protesters and the Palm Pilot-wielding demonstrators who disrupted the World Trade Organization's 1999 Seattle meeting were avatars of a new form of social organization: the "smart mob," an ad-hoc alliance formed fleetingly by people who may not know one another but share a common, immediate goal and can communicate instantaneously.
The oversight subcommittee, chaired by Harvey Miley, manager of government contracts at Eaton Corp., tracks the activities of various government oversight agencies and suggests potential topics for ad-hoc subcommittees.
There are strong indications that the leadership of the House of Representatives may experience some level of stability in steering the affairs of the National Assembly with the choice of members of various Ad-hoc Committees set up so far, Tribune Online investigation has revealed.