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deputy

Politics a member of the legislative assembly or of the lower chamber of the legislature in various countries, such as France
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Whilst health and social care professionals should take into account parents / carers views when making best interest decisions, they can sometimes disagree and unless there is a deputyship order in place, they will make the final decision.
Also, Deputy Premier Bulent Arinc said that dropping the deputyship of parliamentarians, who did not take oath at the Parliament, could not be on the agenda, and he expressed hope that the crisis would be solved within a few days.
The PLC, for example, is so far refusing to recognize Gómez Urcuyo's deputyship as legitimate.
Lydia joins the department specialising in wills and the administration of estates, including inheritance tax planning and trust work, as well as Court of Protection work such as Lasting Powers of Attorney and Deputyship applications.
These ambitions dovetailed with the ambitions deputyship of Thomas Wentworth (1632-1641).
Christ's life was a life of deputyship and the life of a Christian should be a life of deputyship.
The Duke of York, not feeling so threatened, stayed as he was awarded the deputyship of Ireland.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Hakan Fidan's decision to resign from his post as undersecretary of the National Intelligence Organization (MyT) to run for a deputyship in the elections attracted a great deal of attention.
They can advise on all the aspects of a deputyship and explain the legal responsibilities of being a deputy, apply to the court and manage the process.
ANKARA, Jul 6, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc has said that stripping the parliamentarians, who did not take oath at the Parliament, off their deputyship should not be on the agenda.
Apologists are after some sort of a good career in the future; some pursue deputyship, some seek reputation and material gains and some are eager to serve as honorary ideologists of the regime.
Six of the team are members of the Society of Trust and Estate Practioners, two solicitors serve on the Deputyship Panel of the Office of the Public Guardian, and Lodders was one of the founder members of the Solicitors for the Elderly Group.