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To select or designate to fill an office…
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(n) the alternative of dis
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To select or designate to fill an office or a posture: appointed the woman the principle operating officer of company.
To fix or set by authority or by shared contract: will appoint a date for the assessment.
To provide; furnish: a home that is easily appointed.
Law To direct the personality of (residential property) to people or persons in exercise of a power awarded for this function by a preceding deed.
to repair with energy or tone; to ascertain; to mark out.
to correct by a decree, order, command, fix, decision, or mutual agreement; to represent; to ordain; to suggest; to correct enough time and put of.
To designate, designate, or set apart by expert.
To furnish in all things; to offer with every little thing required by means of equipment; to equip; to fit on.
To point at by way, or even for the reason, of censure or commendation; to arraign.
To direct, designate, or limit; to make or direct a disposition of, by virtue of an electric found in a conveyance; -- stated of an estate currently communicated.
: to repair with energy or tone; to determine; to mark down.
: to correct by a decree, purchase, demand, resolve, decision, or mutual agreement; to represent; to ordain; to recommend; to repair the time and put of.
: To designate, designate, or set apart by expert.
: To provide in most things; to give with everything necessary through equipment; to supply; to match completely.
, (legislation): To direct, designate, or limit; to produce or direct an innovative new personality of, by virtue of an electric contained in a conveyance;—said of an estate currently conveyed. --Alexander Mansfield Burrill. Kent.
assign a duty, duty or responsibility to
make and charge with a job or function
To ordain; to find out; to arrange.
. Which will make quick or fast; found; establish; safe.
To constitute, ordain, or fix by decree, purchase, or decision; decree; demand; prescribe.
To allot, put apart, or designate; nominate or authoritatively assign, for a use, or to a post or company.
to be in; fix, name, or determine by authority or upon arrangement: as, they appointed a time and place for the meeting.
In law, to fix the destination of (property) by designating you or people to use the use of an estate produced by a preceding deed or will, conferring from the appointor the ability so to complete.
. To aim at by means of censure; arraign: as, “appoint maybe not heavenly disposition,” Milton, S. A., 1. 373.
to give you by what is requisite; furnish.
To concur upon; make a firm decision or settle undoubtedly.
Synonyms To suggest, establish, direct. To designate, destine, constitute, create. To furnish, offer. To ordain; resolve; determine.
in-law, to work out a power of session.