Office

An office is generally a room or other area where administrative work is done, but may also denote a position within an organization with specific duties attached to it (see officer, office-holder, official); the latter is in fact an earlier usage, office as place originally referring to the location of one`s duty. When used as an adjective, the ....
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office

(from the article `political system`) ...law of the polity—that effectively controls the exercise of political power. The essence of constitutionalism is the control of power by its ... Electorates have only a limited power to determine government policies. Most elections do not directly establish public policy but instead confer o...
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office

(from the article `work, history of the organization of`) Office automation represents a further mechanization of office work, a process that began with the introduction of the typewriter and the adding ... ...containing embedded picture and sound files) worldwide, using computers, cellular telephones, and specially equipped televisions...
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office

[n] - (of a government or government official) holding an office means being in power 2. [n] - professional or clerical workers in an office 3. [n] - place of business where professional or clerical duties are performed 4. [n] - a religious rite or service prescribed by ecclesiastical authorities
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Office

• (n.) The apartments or outhouses in which the domestics discharge the duties attached to the service of a house, as kitchens, pantries, stables, etc. • (n.) A special duty, trust, charge, or position, conferred by authority and for a public purpose; a position of trust or authority; as, an executive or judical office; a municipal office...
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office staff noun professional or clerical workers in an office; `the whole office was late the morning of the blizzard`
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Office

Of`fice transitive verb To perform, as the duties of an office; to discharge. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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Office

Of'fice noun [ French, from Latin officium , for opificium ; ops ability, wealth, holp + facere to do or make. See Opulent , Fact .] 1. That which a person does, either voluntarily or by appointment, for, or with reference to, others; customary duty, ...
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office

1. That which a person does, either voluntarily or by appointment, for, or with reference to, others; customary duty, or a duty that arises from the relations of man to man; as, kind offices, pious offices. 'I would I could do a good office between you.' (Shak) ... 2. A special duty, trust, charge, or position, conferred by authority and for a publ...
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office

a series of religious services spread throughout the day that involve prayer, readings and the recitation of psalms. The daily cycle of services consists of Matins, Lauds, Prime, Terce, Sext, None, Vespers, and Compline.
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Office

An office is a right to exercise a public function or employment and to take the fees and emoluments belonging to it. Offices may be classed into civil and military.Civil offices may be classed into political, judicial, and ministerial.The political offices are such as are not connected immediately with the administration of justice, or the execu.....
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Office

Microsoft`s best selling office suite. It comprises Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. Under threat from open source alternatives.
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Office

Office is British slang for to warn.
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Office

The regular round of prayer and worship in monastic communities.
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