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delegate

US Government a representative of a territory in the US House of Representatives
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TIME (in minutes) Delegable Wasted TASK Patient Work-up 5.
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No matter how many surrogates handle the day-to-day functions, the chief executive is ultimately accountable, and that responsibility is not delegable.
And Liferay's web publishing, delegable administration, themes, bundled portlets, and 700+ deployment configurations provide Alfresco's excellent ECM feature set with a portal platform that amplifies its value.
Legislation passed in Missouri limits bleaching to dentists, but deems it delegable to dental hygienists and dental assistants.
Accordingly, TACON is inherent in OPCON and is delegable.
We encounter the limits of delegable responsibility in Grimes, where the Maryland Court of Appeals held that "[a] researcher's duty is not created by, or extinguished by, the consent of a research subject or by IRB approval.
This means doing all delegable duties in the office previously requiring registration/licensure.
247) The court found that part 2, article 83 is one of the only places in the state constitution where a duty is specifically assigned to the legislature, and therefore the mandate is not delegable to other bodies.