Examples of designee in a Sentence
the President's designees for Cabinet positions
the director or his designee shall sign the report
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The decision does not halt ongoing hearings at the war court here because, technically, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis holds the title in the absence of a designee.
The following new American designees represent that spectrum.
Local superintendents or their designee can enter the information into the state department's web site directly, Sibley said, to let the public know whether schools are delayed, closed, or even on lockdown.
Politically speaking, this is about a Republican commission, chaired by President Donald Trump designee Ajit Pai, taking the hands of the government off the necks of ISPs in the name of free market dynamics.
They were set to vote on their designee for speaker but held off in light of the uncertainty in the Simonds-Yancey race and in District 28.
The chief administrative officer must consult with the sheriff or the sheriff’s designees before establishing one of the zones.
Busby could not confirm whether any of the designees have significant U.S. assets.
According to the suit, the university denied Roberts had an enforceable employment agreement for the 2017-18 school year because the university president or a designee hadn't signed the agreement.
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