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A person who has been designated.


a person designated (to do something)


(ˌdɛz ɪgˈni)
n., pl. -nees.
a person who is designated.
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A person who is appointed to an office or position:
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"[Akhilesh] is now a designated individual and will suffer significant negative consequences.
CForty-one of them are scattered across the globe like black ops agents designated individual assignments.
Both applications are secure and will be accessible by designated individual users through role- based security.
3M Foundation has awarded more than $41,000 to A Child's Haven for two initiatives adopting the Incredible Years early childhood curriculum and adding 13 designated individual therapy spaces to the campus.
The third party could be a health care provider; a research team; an insurer that offers life, disability or long-term care insurance; or any other designated individual or entity.
Video submissions will be accepted from an eligible individual or from the designated individual representative of a team.
Members have unlimited capacity to store and share all types of digital data and created history, including photos, videos, audios, and most file types uploaded from multiple devices and to direct the disposition, timing, and designated individual of each entry into each feature.
13660, which the President signed less than two weeks ago, by authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of State, to impose sanctions on named officials of the Russian government, any individual or entity that operates in the Russian arms industry , and any designated individual or entity that acts on behalf of, or that provides material or other support to, any senior Russian government official.
And the club has even offered to pilot the scheme, where supporters will be given a designated individual standing plot.
The emphasis of the effort is focused on the storm spotter, a designated individual in a community who reports wind gusts, hail size, rainfall and cloud formations that could signal a developing tornado.
The Designated Individual (DI) is considered the gatekeeper of anyone using tissue that falls under the licensing remit of the HTA in one particular premise, more specifically within one postcode area.
The standard requires that a designated individual turns off and disconnects the machinery or equipment from its energy source before performing service or maintenance.

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