ad hoc


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

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
References in periodicals archive ?
The affected ad hoc WMOs have expressed grave concern over this critical situation and they have termed their termination as 'unjustified'.
Gongloe notes that beside Ja'neh not being on his own case, there are four justices left to hear the case, for which somebody is needed to break the tie so as to avoid having a divided court of two against two.'The fact that an ad hoc justice is being appointed means to me that the four justices are divided two, two - they cannot make a decision.
Mobile Ad hoc Network (MANET) [4] is a network of mobile nodes for a limited time with limited resources.
* Ad Hoc Subcommittee 2.330--Disqualification of trial judges (Chair Judge Rodolfo Ruiz).
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 .
The BBL faced its first acid test yesterday when the House Ad Hoc Committee on the BBL started voting on the measure.
Stonefield Query's ad hoc reports bring to light business-critical information that help enterprise users with their decision-making, strong ad hoc reporting tools will also have design elements that cater to easy viewing.
Ad Hoc, which now has 10 branches across the UK, said the Newcastle office has been opened to meet growing demand from clients in the region.
Conference papers: The Grim Reaper: Organised Crime in the 1990s--Implications for South and Southern Africa, M Hough and A du Plessis (eds), ISBN 1-86854-328-5, 80 pages, Ad Hoc No 36, May 1999.
30 letter announcing the formation of the ad hoc committee.
Under the agreement Ad Hoc finds responsible people to occupy the property at a below market value rent.