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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

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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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RESOLVED: That the Federal Accounting Standards Advisory Board, with respect to its statements of federal accounting standards and concepts adopted and issued in March of 1993 and subsequently; in accordance with its rules of procedure, the memorandum of understanding and public notice designating the FASAB's standards and concepts as having substantial authoritative support, be, and hereby is, designated by the Council of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants as the body to establish financial accounting principles for federal governmental entities pursuant to rule 203.
It is unclear, however, which set of procedures applies to requests for changes that are pending at the time the "designating" document is published in the Internal Revenue Bulletin.
But an even bigger issue is getting Idaho's federal legislators to agree on designating more wilderness areas.
The problem stems from the truth of the following compatibility claim: (CC) A term's restrictedly rigidly designating (RR-designating) an object x is compatible with it designating an object y in a world W where x exists but is distinct from y.(1) It follows from (CC) that the necessary (contingent) truth of a sentence of the from "[alpha]" is identical with "[beta]" and "beta]" are RRDs of objects x and y respectively, does not require the necessary (contingent) identity of x and y.
Although consultants were quickly onto the Wilderness Act with plans and proposals, bureaucrats at the Interior and Agriculture departments were more immediately concerned with the President's wife's beautification program than with designating potential Wilderness Areas in remote corners of the country where few, if any, registered voters resided.
Says Mike Williams, former EMS director for Orange County, California: "I've seen some good systems that with federal money were on the verge of designating trauma centers decompose, and others that have just gone into a silent mode.' Since no one gathers data on this subject, no one can say if individual impressions such as this are generally true.
The IRS has issued final regulations (TD 9237, 1/3/06) on designating elective contributions to a Sec.
They base this belief on the fact that neither McShain, 65 TC 686 (1976), nor revenue ruling 83-39 appears to attach much significance to notifying the IRS or designating property on the return.