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appointment

Property law nomination to an interest in property under a deed or will
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Manicamp wishes for the appointment of a second maid of honor.
No, monsieur le comte, the second appointment is for Mademoiselle de la Baume le Blanc de la Valliere.
I suspected it," he continued -- "another application for an appointment under Monsieur.
Even the judges, with all other officers of the Union, will, as in the several States, be the choice, though a remote choice, of the people themselves, the duration of the appointments is equally conformable to the republican standard, and to the model of State constitutions The House of Representatives is periodically elective, as in all the States; and for the period of two years, as in the State of South Carolina.
They hold their seats, some for life, some for six, three, and one years; from two provinces they continue in appointment during pleasure.
His principal weight and influence in the republic are derived from this independent title; from his great patrimonial estates; from his family connections with some of the chief potentates of Europe; and, more than all, perhaps, from his being stadtholder in the several provinces, as well as for the union; in which provincial quality he has the appointment of town magistrates under certain regulations, executes provincial decrees, presides when he pleases in the provincial tribunals, and has throughout the power of pardon.
I really have rather an important appointment this afternoon.
However, now that the glove had been thrown down to him, he had boldly picked it up and demanded the appointment of a special commission to investigate and verify the working of the Board of Irrigation of the lands in the Zaraisky province.
Such an appointment is in the best interests of the administration.
Yes, you'll see, that appointment will slip up, just like the invasion from Boulogne, and the march to Russia, for the success of which a great genius has gathered together all the chances.
An appointment with a shadowy Something in your own imagination, which appears and disappears, and leaves substantial writing behind it
He means to keep his appointment with the ghost, does he?