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Synonyms for appoint

Synonyms for appoint

to select for an office or position

to supply what is needed for some activity or purpose

Synonyms for appoint

create and charge with a task or function


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It is an established principle that a RM owes a duty of care to the appointer and their primary task is to realise the assets of the company for the benefit of the secured creditor.
Constitution leaves it to the appointer to decide how and when her
Since these policy changes are prescribed by lawmakers rather than assessors, there is likely some credence to the idea that appointers can request their assessors to lower the level of assessment.
In his article, he joins most of this Issue's articles in concluding that empirical studies successfully explain some court decisions through the party identification of judicial appointers.
If we assume that systematic bias is undesirable in any court, neutralizing it will require appointers to look toward other, unrepresented circuits for the next few appointees.
207) Second, even if appointers succeed in moving the median,
A spokesman for Baker Tilly, which was planning to hold talks with Astonbrook today, said: "The fees and costs involved, which have been approved by our appointers the Charity Commission, have not in any way impacted upon services to the beneficiaries of the charity who remain our priority.
In Brazil, as in other developing countries, appointed bureaucrats are encouraged to advance the particular interests of their appointers as opposed to fostering agency goals.
There are no straight lines between justices' ideology and the partisan politics of their Republican and Democratic appointers.
officials must be among the appointers, because their political support
Judges "do not always decide cases the way their appointers might have anticipated," he said.
The basic idea is that freshly created he appointers may be associated with a type, and that a tag for an unknown type [Alpha] can be tested against a tag for a known type [Tau].
In this case the appointers have an incentive to allow themselves to be fooled as well.
Because political appointees serve at the pleasure of elected officials, their loyalties tend to lie with their appointers (Heclo, 1977).
These explanations are evidently not regarded as in tension with the claim that justices appointed on the basis of presumed anti-Roe views will almost never disappoint their pro-life appointers.