pro tempore


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pro tempore (proh temp-oh-ray)

(See: pro tem).

pro tempore

adverb briefly, for a time, for the mooent, for the present occasion, for the time being, pro tem, provisionally, temporarily, transitorily
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Fulfilling the role of Vice Chair Pro Tempore is Commissioner Robert Blackwell, of District 3, comprising Highland Park, Hamtramck and Detroit.
Of the six new members, two are recommended by the Speaker of the House and two by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate.
SB 350 builds on California's historic commitment to lead the world in the fight against climate change and build a healthy and livable planet for our children and grandchildren," said California Senate President pro Tempore Kevin de Leon.
Senator Charles Colgan is the new Senate president pro tempore, Senator Richard Saslaw is now the Senate Democratic leader, and Senator Thomas Norment is now the Senate Republican leader.
North Carolina Speaker Pro Tempore Paul “Skip” Stam (Rep.
Vice President Joe Biden swore in Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont Tuesday as president pro tempore of the Senate.
She is speaker pro tempore and now co-chairs the Tea Party Caucus in the House.
senate president pro tempore referred to China's military buildup at a luncheon at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan, saying, ''At this moment, the Chinese have more submarines in the Pacific than we do.
HELO President Carlos Silva, president pro tempore, Bridgeport, Conn.
He is a former state and city prosecutor and occasionally serves as a judge pro tempore in San Juan County District Court.
In addition, as senior member of the Senate, Byrd will retain his post as president pro tempore, which places him third in line of succession to the presidency.
In 1995, she accepted a position as district representative to former State Senate President Pro Tempore John Burton and helped constituents deal with vexing issues involving licensing, job training, tax issues, unemployment, and Medi-Cal.