If, as expected, Jassim leaves his ministerial posts, that will mark a major change.
No wonder he has already referred it to his also recently-created "ministerial Committee on Settlement Affairs."
Netanyahu faces opposition to a strike both within the military and in his own ministerial cabinet.
In films like this, an evangelistic and ministerial mission do much more than a good script to assure commercial success.
The “ministerial exemption” covers minister-like people, too.
This last feature of their ministerial character was most especially exemplified in the commons by Mr. Disraeli.
Simion Petrovitch was a chamberlain, and served in the ministerial court.
The censure was carried in the Lords by nine votes, but was defeated in the Commons by a ministerial majority of eighteen.
Straight our ministerial journals exclaim, What an act of vigour!
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.