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appointment

Property law nomination to an interest in property under a deed or will
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If the next such observation reveals a merger between a neutron star and a black hole, that would be truly groundbreaking," said study co-author Alexander Kutyrev, an associate research scientist in the UMD Department of Astronomy with a joint appointment at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
Dr Coetzer, who holds a joint appointment with Bangor University and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board has had his book Working With Brain Injury shortlisted for the prestigious British Psychological Society Book Awards 2016.
"Engineers tend to be myopically focused on technology, as they are trained to think about equations and technical problem solving," said Dr Robert S Balog, associate professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Programme, who recently joined the Qatar faculty on a joint appointment from the main campus in the US.
The move marks a joint appointment between the two organisations.
In this work, the author (an associate professor of African art history at Ohio University with a joint appointment in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and the School of Art and Design) narrates the story of the African Burial Ground and the controversies surrounding urban commemoration.
While at Harvard, he was also the T & G Angelopoulos Professor of Public Health and International Development, a joint appointment with the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Other options considered included making a permanent appointment, a joint appointment with another local authority, and designating another officer as a head of paid service.
This enthusiasm for meeting people is one he and his wife, Helen, share, for as he explains, the role of Lord-Lieutenant is in many ways a joint appointment.
"You appoint in consultations with; or with the consent of; somebody but there is no joint appointment because when you make joint appointment it means that the order of appointment must be signed by the two people.
He will resign his seat on the School Committee this morning, leaving a one-year vacancy that will be filled with a joint appointment made by the School Committee and Board of Selectmen in the coming weeks.
Today, he is the 3Com Founders Professor of Engineering in the School of Engineering at MIT with a joint appointment at CSAIL.
Only 18.8 percent of successions in 2012 involved the immediate joint appointment of an individual as CEO and chairman of the board of directors.

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