Trosborg (1995) has referred to both cajolers and appealers
as interpersonal markers.
Branch chairman Philip Wilson said: "With many appealers
retiring, we need to find people of the younger generations who are willing to continue their good work.
who reported having no payee, about 10% of the sample, were almost three times as likely to have their appeal approved as were those who had a payee.
More recently, the `revisionists' in Britain, such as Maurice Cowling and John Charnley, have glibly argued that Chamberlain and the other Appealers
were the last British practitioners of Realpolitik.
You can't be labor negotiators, tax appealers
, systems analysts, financial reporters .