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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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Then delegates simply stand and pose their questions from each site in turn.
The caucus, though, was similar to a town hall meeting; supporters gathered to discuss party platforms and choose delegates for their candidates.
The education explores leadership, communication, advocacy in disciplinary situations, safe staffing including health and safety obligations, organising strategies, support networks and coaching opportunities for new delegates, and reflection on their leadership practice as a delegate.
provide for representation in the ANA House of Delegates or successor membership assembly (.
This proposed revision addresses this omission and clarifies the apportionment of additional delegates to a multi-state association.
However, under the rules of the Louisiana GOP, only 20 of the 46 delegates the state will send to the national convention in Tampa are allocated based on the primary.
All subordinate organizations of the DAV should select delegates and alternates as soon as forms arrive and be sure to get the lists of delegates and alternates to National Headquarters before the July 8 deadline.
I've found the more experienced delegates to have been fantastically supportive.
Kurultai will be attended by the President of Kyrgyzstan Kurmanbek Bakiev, 750 delegates from all regions of the republic, deputies of Kyrgyz Parliament, heads of ministries and agencies, and central authorities of Kyrgyz Republic.
JUSTIN McCARTHY is expected to come under fire at tonight's county board meeting when club delegates will get the chance to grill him over the crisis gripping Limerick hurling.
In addition, the Board of Trustees and all delegates and alternates must present the official conference badge in order to receive official ribbons and voting cards for balloting and to attend House of Delegates sessions.
Each chartered state society shall elect delegates and alternates to represent the state society at the annual business meeting.
Democratic chiefs have agreed on a compromise to seat Michigan and Florida delegates with half-votes after Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton failed to get enough support to force their positions through.
That leaves rival Hillary Clinton with the remaining 21 out of Oregon's 52 pledged delegates.
Democrats will choose 61 congressional district-level delegates and 10 alternates that are apportioned based on Hillary Rodham Clinton's margin of victory over Barack H.
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