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Synonyms for designate

Synonyms for designate

to make known or identify, as by signs

to set aside or apart for a specified purpose

to describe with a word or term

to select for an office or position

Synonyms for designate

assign a name or title to

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indicate a place, direction, person, or thing

decree or designate beforehand

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design or destine

appointed but not yet installed in office

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Kripke's view that names are rigid designators has been part of his case against the description theory of names.
This process must not consider reference designators as the reuse element may have been created when one of the ICs in the design was U1.
Northrop Grumman sees a growing demand for systems that combine the laser rangefinder and designator, said Guch.
Murali Ramachandran (in Ramachandran 1992) identifies an interesting difficulty with appealing to the concept of an RR designator in order to defend the contingency of identities.
In turn, Air France will be adding its AF designator code to Singapore Airlines-operated flights beyond Singapore to Melbourne and Sydney in Australia, and even on SilkAir-operated flights to Kuala Lumpur and Penang in Malaysia, and Phuket in Thailand.
Designed to carry up to seven TALONs, the self-contained RRWS incorporates an electro-optical sensor and laser designator, together weighing about 500 pounds.
The IDC detailers then enter the "2D1" Additional Qualification Designator (AQD) to the officer's official record.
Limited Duty Officer questions regarding an Off-Ramp to the 3100 designator should be directed to the Supply Corps LDO detailer, (901) 874-4613.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-10 December 2007-Simrad Optronics ASA develops new laser target designator for Norwegian and Swedish armed forces(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The upgrade included the addition of the long range advanced scout surveillance system (LRAS3) and the laser designator module (LDM).
Eliminates requirements for a contract administration office to perform production surveillance on contractors that have only Criticality Designator C (low-urgency) contracts, and for monitoring of progress on any Criticality Designator C contract, unless production surveillance or contracting monitoring is specifically requested by the contracting officer.
Eligible officers may receive bonuses of $15,000 based on designator and length of contract.
The RTS 6400 combines an X-band (NATO I/J-band) radar, a TV camera, a thermal-imaging system, and a laser designator.
After too many of these exasperating exchanges, John said, "let's put a laser designator on the Predator.
Able to take off and land vertically, the craft is designed to fly at up to 20,000 feet carrying electro-optical, infrared senors, and a laser designator that can direct fire onto an enemy target.