of or relating to a minister of religion or the minister's office
of or relating to a government minister or ministry
Related to a religious minister or ministry.
Related to a governmental minister or ministry.
Having the power to wield delegated executive authority.
Serving as an instrument or means (i.e., procedural or ancillary, not substantive).
Filling out the form under the direction of a lawyer is a ministerial task performed by a legal secretary.
of or pertaining to ministry or service; serving; attendant
of or pertaining to the office of a minister or to the ministry as a body, whether civil or sacerdotal
tending to advance or promote; contributive
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Rank popularity for the word 'ministerial' in Adjectives Frequency: #1028
The numerical value of ministerial in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of ministerial in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
I'm not sure that this decision has reached the prime ministerial level in final form. I mean we are still talking, people are talking back and forth.
That's a mandatory requirement, the Michigan Supreme Court has been very clear that' shall' means' shall.' The Michigan Supreme Court's The Michigan Supreme Court. The Michigan Supreme Court's ministerial. They have no choice.
The meeting request was declined as Minister Pato wanted to maintain Minister Pato position of impartiality as Chair of the APEC Ministerial Meeting, only interventions by Ministers would be permitted at that stage of the negotiation.
The real agenda of the ministerial is conveying that the United States is not rethinking its commitment to NATO, so far, the administration has not been able to convey that.
Unless there is a clear prospect for passage of the TPA(trade promotion authority) bill in the United States, we won't be able to conclude the trade talks even if we held a ministerial meeting.
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- ministeri, toimivaltainen, papillinen, avustava, pappis-Finnish
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