Appointment

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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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Anyone can design their own appointment cards online with our free design studio, too.
Earlier, just the prescription was enough to get medicines from the pharmacy, but now the computerised doctors' appointment card is also required," said sources.
All our money was in the bag, along with my hospital appointment card, keys, and my reading glasses.
People visiting the centre after that will be given an appointment card.
Apart from cash, the purse contained a hairdresser's appointment card and hardware store card.
A burglar was caught after dropping his probation office appointment card at the scene of a crime, a judge heard yesterday.
Before she left her appointment card was filled in to appear again next week.
Time has never passed more slowly than during the ensuing three days of sometimes intense pain before an appointment card dropped through my letterbox.
If patients have been given an unsuitable appointment then it would be appreciated if they contact the relevant department, given on their appointment card or letter.
Our spa appointment was confirmed with an appointment card through the door and we were greeted with smiles and by our first names by the staff as we arrived.