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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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It interfaces with Point-Of-Sale systems and broadcasts vacancies by scanning the business' appointment book, identifying openings, and applying a rules platform.
Voinovich to disclose scheduling books, appointment books, memoranda and correspondence relating to meetings between the Governor and members of the Ohio Supreme Court, from October 1, 1993 to April 1, 1994.
Before his death in 1986 he began to reconstruct these years, using old appointment books and such to jog his memory.
It is suggested agents examine appointment agents examine appointment books, client card indexes, daily log or receipt books, disbursement ledgers and time reports.
Rather than promise Star Trek devices that respond to voice commands for sending and receiving files, manufacturers now are pitching replacements for appointment books or, at the most ambitious level, for notebook computers.
Armed with applications and appointment books, officials will canvass the streets of Lancaster on Saturday in hopes of rounding up volunteers for the new Safe Walk program.