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Definition of Exeat

Exeat
Exeat Ex"e*at, n. [L., let him go forth.] 1. A license for absence from a college or a religious house. [Eng.] --Shipley. 2. A permission which a bishop grants to a priest to go out of his diocese. --Wharton.

Meaning of Exeat from wikipedia

- The Latin word exeat ("he/she may leave") is most commonly used to describe a period of absence from a centre of learning. Exeat is used in Britain to...
- At common law, ne exeat (Latin "that he not depart") is an equitable writ restraining a person from leaving the jurisdiction of the court or the state...
- unprovoked excuse is a sign of guilt. In French, qui s'excuse, s'accuse exeat s/he may go out A formal leave of absence exegi monumentum aere perennius...
- main social event of the school calendar. It is held on day preceding the Exeat in CQ and Sunday dress is worn. The day is intended for the parents and...
- tanto munere saxa dabo / Quam mallem, amoueat lapidem, bonus angelus orem / Exeat Christi corpus, imago tua~~ / Sed nil vota valent. venias citò Christe;...
- Fellows may walk on the gr****. The college also enforces the system of exeats or official permissions to leave the college. Students wishing to be absent...
- munere saxa dabo? / Quam mallem, amoueat lapidem, bonus angelus orem / Exeat [vt], christi corpus, imago tua~~ / Sed nil vota valent. venias citò Christe;...
- for it to apply to the new situation. ne exeat let him not exit [the republic] Shortened version of ne exeat republica: "let him not exit the republic"...
- decision by the Supreme Court of the United States holding that a parent's ne exeat right (in this case: the right to prevent a child to leave the country)...
- custody at any point during the investigative or trial process. A writ of ne exeat restrains a defendant from fleeing the country or jurisdiction. A writ of...