predesignation

predesignation

(ˌpriːdɛzɪɡˈneɪʃən)
n
1. the action of designating in advance; an instance thereof, an advance designation
2. (Logic) logic in the terminology of Sir William Hamilton, an indication or sign of quantity affixed to a proposition or term
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The policy should therefore permit the refinancing of predesignation loans as a legitimate transaction for odious debt--prone governments.
The newly adopted Physician Predesignation Form (DWC Form 9783);
We are actually putting the predesignation form online, which will save into a file so we don't have to go to the HR files to get it, because that's a problem--otherwise no one will be able to see it.
The former can be addressed through education, both in the precertification or predesignation stage and through a commitment to ongoing professional development and continuing education.
Service argued that capacity set at predesignation levels, when Yosemite