Appointed

  • (adj): Subject to appointment.
    Synonyms: appointive
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on appointed:

Irish Guards - Colonels of The Regiment
... been FM The Rt Hon The Earl Roberts – appointed 17 October 1900 ... FM The Rt Hon The Earl Kitchener – appointed 15 November 1914 ... FM The Rt Hon The Earl of Ypres – appointed 6 June 1916 ...
Francis Windebank
... In June 1632, he was appointed by King Charles I as Secretary of State in succession to Lord Dorchester, his senior colleague being Sir John Coke, and he was knighted ... In December 1634 Windebank was appointed to discuss with the papal agent Gregorio Panzani the possibility of a union between the Anglican and Roman Churches, and expressed the opinion that the Puritan opposition ... Windebanks great stepson Greg is the self-appointed mayor of Landsborough Shire ...
Zaini Ujang - Advisory Services
... In 2005, he was appointed Chairman of the Technical Committee to advise the State Government of Negeri Sembilan to overcome the water crisis in Seremban ... Since 2000, he was appointed the Principal Consultant for the implementation of various environmental initiatives on water supply, sewerage, river rehabilitation and industrial ecology ... He has also been appointed as consultant to water-related issues with Taibah University, Saudi Arabia ...
Friedrich Münzer
... Meanwhile Münzer had been appointed as an unsalaried lecturer at Basel University, in 1896 he and Clara were supported by their parents and his article-writing ... He was appointed a dean at the university in 1923, and in 1924 married a widow Clara Lunke née Ploeger, becoming a stepfather to two teenagers in the bargain ... Civil servants appointed before 1914 were officially exempt, but his biographers attribute his continued employment to the intercession of influential colleagues and former students ...
Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation - Board of Trustees
... The Board of Trustees are governor-appointed Bill Moran, Chair, reappointed 2010 Steve Rieger, Vice-Chair, appointed 2009 Steve Frank, reappointed 2008 ...

More definitions of "appointed":

  • (adj): Fixed or established especially by order or command.
    Example: "At the time appointed (or the appointed time")
    Synonyms: decreed, ordained, prescribed
  • (adj): Selected for a job.
    Example: "The one appointed for guard duty"
  • (adj): Provided with furnishing and accessories (especially of a tasteful kind).
    Example: "A house that is beautifully appointed"

Famous quotes containing the word appointed:

    In a virtuous government, and more especially in times like these, public offices are, what the should be, burthens to those appointed to them which it would be wrong to decline, though foreseen to bring with them intense labor and great private loss.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)

    The meeting, in spite of my attempt to decline it, appointed me one of the delegates, so that in getting Baker the nomination, I shall be “fixed” a good deal like a fellow who is made groomsman to the man what has cut him out, and is marrying his own dear “gal.”
    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)

    The individual woman is required ... a thousand times a day to choose either to accept her appointed role and thereby rescue her good disposition out of the wreckage of her self-respect, or else follow an independent line of behavior and rescue her self-respect out of the wreckage of her good disposition.
    Jeannette Rankin (1880–1973)