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Appointment

A designation in which a person or company allows an agent to act on their behalf. See also: Agency.
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Margaret Hambleton of Columbus, OH reappointed for a three-year term Theddi Wright Chappell of Park City, UT appointed for a one-year term
Hiroshi Inomata, consul general of Japan in San Francisco, was appointed ambassador to Pakistan, while Kenji Okada, minister at the Japanese Embassy in Berlin, was appointed ambassador to Honduras.
FRANCIS "BUZZ" RABORN (District of Columbia Chapter) was appointed to the Board of Directors of Proxy Aviation Systems Inc.
He was appointed as assistant director in RBOPS in 1991 and was promoted to associate director in 2001.
Torsten Heitmann has been appointed supply chain manager, procurement and logistics for Wacker Chemical.
Mayor Anderson appointed me in a process of inclusion to focus on his "strength through diversity" initiative [a pro-minority employment policy].
Merritt has been appointed executive vice president and COO at Haskell Community Developers, a subsidiary of Jacksonville, Fla.
Francois Cornelis was appointed chairman of the board for Elf Atochem.
Cunningham, president and chief executive officer, Long-Stanton Manufacturing companies, Cincinnati, Ohio, was appointed a director, and Charlotte W.
has been appointed the alliance private sector co-chair;
Idleman, the husband of former Councilwoman Michelle Idleman, was appointed to the commission in April 2002 to fill the seat vacated by Sileo after he had won election to the City Council.
Sheets was appointed to the official staff in 2001.