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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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I also said that I had written to BI interim president Meren Paul twice in this regard, Kishen Narsi, chairman of the ad hoc committee, told M AIL T ODAY .
No hay nada peculiar en la derivacion de los conceptos ad hoc metaforicos.
Conference papers: The Grim Reaper: Organised Crime in the 1990s--Implications for South and Southem Africa, M Hough and A du Plessis (eds), ISBN 1-86854-328-5, 80 pages, Ad Hoc No 36, May 1999.
Security is an important issue for ad hoc networks, especially for those security-sensitive applications.
Will this Ad Hoc group present all of the results of its investigation to the public and to the families of the children who died?
In trying to meet the CFO's needs, the CIO would probably recommend at least one of five major approaches: an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, a data warehouse/data mart, an all-relational database, some ad hoc approaches or a direct, real-time method.
The night before any upcoming event, the sitting ad hoc committee and the Cultural Traditions Committee have worked together to decorate the cafeteria and 42nd Street, an area of The Home that is easily accessible to residents and staff.
AD HOC misses today's Badger Brewery Handicap Chase at Wincanton and will instead head straight to the Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup at Newbury next month.
As a result, the Ad Hoc committee of two bishops, two staff members and five women was formed.
Other people-of-color activists, including Mandy Carter and Barbara Smith, are members of the Ad Hoc Committee for an Open Process, a group formed to protest the march and to pressure for greater financial disclosure from its organizers.
They established an ad hoc committee to examine the code and recommend possible revisions to the Faculty Senate.