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Synonyms for delegate

one who stands for another

Synonyms for delegate

a person appointed or elected to represent others

transfer power to someone

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The court held that the abatement duty was not delegable, unlike the general obligation to repaint.
We can even manage pain as local anesthesia is now a delegable procedure for dental hygienists in 35 states.
Federal law has held sway in the state-dominated arena of land use planning because, until recently, Arizona was one of a handful of states in which the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continued to issue water pollution permits under the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), a delegable program under the federal Clean Water Act (CWA).
A better approach to species protection in the delegable NPDES program is for EPA to continue to consult in its oversight role of state-issued permits.
A dental assistant who performs a task for which he or she is not qualified or one that is not legally delegable in a state is performing an illegal act and can face potential litigation.
Web server software from Zeus has full FrontPage(TM) support, 128bit SSLv3 encryption worldwide, Apache compatibility and a Web-centric delegable management interface.
The claim that the carrier's liability would be lessened due to the substantive law applied in arbitration was premature since it depended upon what law the arbitrator would choose(123) and whether the duties under COGSA are delegable or nondelegable.
If the duties under COGSA are delegable, then the Japanese Hague Rules are consistent with COGSA and liability would not be lessened.
They are often busy with mundane routines, errands, and other delegable chores.
These are readily delegable duties, which, when they are done by others, will open up a considerable block of your limited free time.
108(b) that each authority is delegable unless specifically stated otherwise").
The composition of the Board changes yearly, as well as new delegable duties and directives.
John Steiger, a lawyer with the Department of the Interior, endorses a broad application and interpretation of section 7(a)(2) to delegable federal programs as sound policy because it establishes routine procedures to ensure the conservation of endangered species.