a person who is .
a beneficiary under a legal .
Obama was right to call for a 90-day up-or-down vote for appointees, no matter who is president next year at this time.
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“Perry appointees are all subject to Senate review and confirmation,” Sullivan said.
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Karzai reacted by essentially firing UN appointees from the supposedly independent Electoral Complaints Commission.
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But seldom are the appointees so intimately associated with the prime minister.
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However, Gates is insisting upon keeping his existing staff; Obama would prefer him to take on some of his appointees.
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The same blighting shadow cast itself over the prison system where appointees were selected with regard to their “political pull.”
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He was sixth on the list of appointees, the other five being made captains.
Paul Jones Hutchins Hapgood
Among these appointees are Judges, and other places that carry a great deal of influence with them.
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If any had been mistreated, it was by the appointees of the crown.
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Paul Jones received it with more bitterness of spirit than pleasure, for he was only number eighteen in the list of appointees.
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a person who is appointed
(property law) a person to whom property is granted under a power of appointment
1768, after French appointé, from apointer (see appoint + -ee).
to name or assign to a position, an office, or the like; designate: to appoint a new treasurer; to appoint a judge to the bench. to determine by authority or agreement; fix; set: to appoint a time for the meeting. Law. to designate (a person) to take the benefit of an estate created by a […]
pertaining to or filled by : an appointive office. having the ability or authority to : appointive powers. Contemporary Examples Paterson—the father of recent Governor David Paterson—was a high-octane lawyer who held a number of appointive positions. Bill Lynch, the Culminator Michael Tomasky August 11, 2013 Historical Examples In New England rich shipowners rose at […]
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a novel (1934) by John O’Hara.
a fixed mutual agreement for a meeting; engagement: We made an appointment to meet again. a meeting set for a specific time or place: I’m late for my appointment. the act of , designating, or placing in office: to fill a vacancy by appointment. an office, position, or the like, to which a person is […]