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US Government a representative of a territory in the US House of Representatives
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Another relevant command relationship is AU TACON, which is the detailed and local direction and control of movement or maneuvers necessary to accomplish missions or tasks; it is delegable to subordinate commanders.
Lincicome's public health endorsement allows her to work at the clinic unsupervised and to perform all tasks delegable to a dental hygienist without the presence of a dentist.
Virtually anything that can be roasted or baked can be cooked to delegable, caramelized perfection in a clay pot.
The Ro may seek advice and assistance from his staff, but the responsibility to review the abrogation order is not delegable.
El sentido total de la muerte solamente se puede apreciar, segun Levinas, cuando ella se asume como responsabilidad por el otro: "La muerte que supone el final no podria medir todo su alcance sino convirtiendose en responsabilidad hacia el projimo, por la cual, en realidad, nos hacemos nosotros mismos: nos construimos a traves de esa responsabilidad intransferible, no delegable.
NANT and ANNA further acknowledge that patient care technicians are the majority direct caregiver in most chronic dialysis facilities, performing specific tasks and functions generally considered to be delegable by a nurse to an unlicensed practitioner.
Tal como ha estudiado Victor Peralta, sus objetivos eran la busqueda de una antigua libertad perdida y la restitucion de la soberania no delegable de una tradicion rota desde las reformas borbonicas, precisando que Angulo justifico el tiranicidio, amparandose en leyes naturales, para restaurar el poder legitimo de la antigua comunidad local (24).
Today, states oversee almost every delegable environmental program, and state agencies account for the vast majority of inspections and enforcement actions.
The duty to hire employees who are competent and not dangerous is, by its very nature, a duty of a master or employer, and this duty is non delegable .
En este esquema, la confianza es un patrimonio del grupo por tanto es delegable y no distintivo, indelegable del uno --individual--.
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.