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Meanings and phrases
- the act of putting a person into a non-elective position; assignment; designation; naming
- (usually plural) furnishings and equipment (especially for a ship or hotel); fitting
- a meeting arranged in advance; date; engagement
- a person who is appointed to a job or position; appointee
- the job to which you are (or hope to be) appointed
- (law) the act of disposing of property by virtue of the power of appointment
- a book containing a calendar and space to keep a record of appointments; appointment calendar
- a book containing a calendar and space to keep a record of appointments; appointment book
- authority given (in a will or deed) by a donor to a donee to appoint the beneficiaries of the donor's property
- He was then Rector of Demerara until his appointment as Archdeacon.
- He was Prebendary of Westminster from 1797 until his appointment as dean.
- He was a parish priest from then until his appointment as Archdeacon of Aba in 1949.
- In 2014 Woozworld announced the appointment of Simonetta Lulli as President and CEO.
- In May 2007, Soros's Quantum Fund announced the appointment of Malloch Brown as vice-president.
- On March 21, 2018 Governor Pete Ricketts announced the appointment of Papik to the state Supreme Court.
- He received an appointment to the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York.
- Coolidge disliked the Ku Klux Klan and no Klansman is known to have received an appointment from him.
- In 1847, Hubbard received an appointment in the War Department from U.S. Secretary of War William L. Marcy.
- He held incumbencies in Chatham and Rushall before his appointment as Archdeacon.
- He was Rector of Kirby Misperton then Prebendary of Bole before his appointment as Dean.
- Just before his appointment Sergey Bragin was awarded Stalin Prize for his scientific work.
- He then accepted an appointment to West Point in 1911.
- He accepted an appointment as a major general in the Missouri State Guard.
- In 1990, he accepted an appointment to teach sociology at the University of Lund and moved to Sweden.
- Prost was Bush's first appointment to the Federal Circuit.
- His first appointment, following training, was the ASP in charge of the Galle District in 1958.
- Her first appointment was as professor at Howard University in Washington, DC, from 1965 to 1975.
- As the Senate was not sitting, Bosbyshell received a recess appointment.
- He received a third recess appointment to the same position on June 22, 1948.
- He received a second recess appointment to the same position on December 20, 1947.
- He left Griffin Park following the appointment of Harry Curtis in May 1926.
- In 2011, he was appointed the assistant coach of the Parramatta Eels, following the appointment of Kearney as head coach.
- Senator Cory Booker and Congressman Frank Pallone both publicly voiced their support for Fuscarino following the appointment.
- President Lincoln submitted the nomination to the U.S. Senate on May 17, 1862 and the Senate confirmed the appointment on July 16, 1862.
- In 1871 the imperial government of Pedro II elected to choose him to fill the vacant Olinda episcopal see despite his great reluctance to become a bishop; Pope Pius IX confirmed the appointment a month later.
- On April 3, 1866, President Andrew Johnson nominated Sprague for appointment to the grade of brevet major general, to rank from March 13, 1865, and the United States Senate confirmed the appointment on April 26, 1866.
- He received a joint appointment in the School of Art, Division of Art History in 1976.
- In 1949, MacLean joined the faculty of the Yale Medical School with a joint appointment in physiology and psychiatry.
- He then joined the faculty at Georgetown University, on a joint appointment at Georgetown Law and the Department of Computer Science.
- For two years, until the appointment of the Rev.
- He remained in charge until the appointment of Graham Drury as manager on 12 November 2015.
- Subsequent incumbents were all senior retired military officers, until the appointment of a diplomat in 2014.
- He resigned on 31 January 1930 to take up an appointment on the Pastoral Board of South Australia.
- In 1829, he left his position and took up an appointment as Director of Concerts at the Lyceum Theatre.
- In 1772 he took up an appointment as Under-Secretary of State for the North, a post he held until 1778.
- On March 2, 1831, Tomlinson resigned from office to accept an appointment to the U.S. Senate.
- A Republican, he was first elected Attorney General in 2002 and left office in 2009 to accept an appointment by Gov.
- Richard F. Kneip would be the first governor to be elected to a four-year term, though he resigned to accept an appointment.
- He left his post as BEAC National Director following his appointment to the government.
- On February 20, 1801, Governor Richard Bassett resigned following his appointment as U.S.
- He resigned in 1945 during the 12th Dáil following his appointment as County Registrar of Dublin.
- The appointment came right after Hanthawaddy forces had dislodged Ava-appointed king Anawrahta of Launggyet.
- His appointment came at the same time as those of Paul Cullen, Lord Pentland and Valerie Stacey, Lady Stacey.
- The Master Corporal appointment came into existence after the unification of the Canadian Forces in the mid 60s.
- The last appointment was in 1963 to Marian Spychalski.
- His last appointment was High Commissioner to Cyprus 1973–75.
- His last appointment was assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasury in Washington, D.C. where he eventually retired in 1906.
- Caretaker appointments are managers that fill the gap between a managerial departure and a new appointment.
- The announcement of the new appointment is usually accompanied by actual acceptance of the outgoing bishop's resignation.
- Valentine and Miss Van Allen were married in 1903 and the couple left for his new appointment in Iloilo in the Philippines.