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n.1.One who appoints, or executes a power of appointment.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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hierarchy, as the appointer of Advisory Committee and Standing Committee
A dark stain reigns in on the 'Highest' court's history as the Judges appointed have had friendly statuses with their masters (appointer), which has held only 4 politicians under its investigative crosshairs.
The appointer and the appointees regale in their new found status and stature.
personal obligations to the appointer, will likely affect the ex ante
The appointee usually outlives the appointer in tenure, in a position that wields enormous power.
Sirdar Group, Africa's leading educator, appointer and guide to high-performance boards of privately-held companies and family businesses has decided to fill that gap.
The selection criteria is seldom if ever based on whether the person is suitable; much more important is the assurance that the person will remain subservient and in the appointer's camp for all times to come.
Ascending to power in 1952 after the death of her father, King George VI, Elizabeth has seen her country through wars and turbulent times while acting as a unifier and appointer for the most important positions in government 6 albeit in a largely ceremonial way.
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.
A critic of Citizens United--on grounds that undue influence is far more pervasive than the Supreme Court acknowledged in that decision--must also recognize that appointive selection concentrates that influence on the appointer. The federal model of executive appointment and legislative confirmation for life terms only raises these political stakes, (447) and would raise them even more for state judges whose general jurisdiction and common law powers allow them a far greater impact on state electorates than their federal counterparts.
Constitution leaves it to the appointer to decide how and when her
Kiir could use the advantage of being the appointer and statehouse incumbent to get a firm grip in the grassroots.