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Synonyms for appointee

a person who is appointed to an office or position

Synonyms for appointee

an official who is appointed

a person who is appointed to a job or position

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Resolution ( GR) that if the political appointees do not resign on their own, their appointments can be scrapped," an official said on condition of anonymity.
Beebe's appointees are Barbara Graves of Little Rock, a retired businesswoman, and Larry Ross of Sherwood, president of Ross Consulting LLC.
In short, Democrat appointees to the Court consistently support Democrat political philosophy, while Republican appointees often end up in opposition to Republican political philosophy.
In the past 10 years, seven of the 11 appointees, including Carothers' replacement, have been in black wards, and only two have been in white wards.
The Senate's role in confirmation of political appointees.
A second issue of interest may be whether the activities of such appointees are subject to oversight by, and accountable to, Congress.
The appointee could opt to run for election that May.
SACRAMENTO (AP) -- The state Senate has rejected one of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's appointees to the California Community College Board of Governors.
The Pension Service will explain the roles and responsibilities of an appointee to you.
Because Doan is a presidential appointee confirmed by the Senate, the president is empowered to decide what, if any, action to take.
The first chair of our board of directors, Christopher Cross, was a former Republican staff director on Capitol Hill and was also a political appointee in the George H.
I went to work for a political appointee, Sargent Shriver, who turned out to be a great leader of the Peace Corps.
That's also the office headed by Bush appointee Scott Bloch, who came under fire in February 2004 after he scrubbed all references to sexual orientation-based discrimination from the OSC's Web site.
By the end of the year, the seat of Democratic appointee Ed Gramlich becomes available.
In January 1995 a certain political appointee was told that he needed to go somewhere and find out about this thing called "defense systems acquisition." The "somewhere" he selected was the Defense Systems Management College (now a campus of the Defense Acquisition University).