The sisters, who volunteered for relief work in addition to ministerial service through their order, were extraordinary women.
Netanyahu faces opposition to a strike both within the military and in his own ministerial cabinet.
The “ministerial exemption” covers minister-like people, too.
No wonder he has already referred it to his also recently-created "ministerial Committee on Settlement Affairs."
But in order to succeed, the band of ministerial mavericks needs to capitalize on their momentum.
This last feature of their ministerial character was most especially exemplified in the commons by Mr. Disraeli.
And further still, the ministerial Union of Elmira did not write it.
The censure was carried in the Lords by nine votes, but was defeated in the Commons by a ministerial majority of eighteen.
Simion Petrovitch was a chamberlain, and served in the ministerial court.
The nervous father clenched the railing in a daze, and cowered before the ministerial heckling.
1560s, of religion; 1650s, of state; in some uses from Middle French ministériel and directly from Medieval Latin ministerialis "pertaining to service, of a minister," from Latin ministerium (see ministry); in some cases probably directly from minister or ministry.