Prepositions after "appoint"

"appoint by" or "appoint to"?

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In 34% of cases appoint by is used

He was originally appointed by Gov.

Although he was appointed by George H.

Kissinger was appointed by President Bush.

In addition, Nooyi was appointed by the Obama Administration to US-India CEO Forum.

All members of the committee will be appointed by the officers of the County Board.

The last of the Four Caliphs, Ali, was appointed by the notables of Medina in 656 C.

Senators were not directly elected by the people as today (thanks 17th Amendment! ), but appointed by the States.

What I find most disturbing is that the same can't be said about the nominees appointed by Democratic presidents.

In 1990 I was appointed by my Reverend and the church board to be a church Elder and Treasurer of church finances.

Since they are appointed by the PM and are subordinate to Cabinet ministers, their legislative influence is limited.

In 24% of cases appoint to is used

V, 19 Members not appointed to office.

Don was appointed to the Board on 6 July 2006.

Paul was appointed to the Board on 1 June 2010.

Mike Rees Group Executive Director Mike was appointed to the Board on 4 August 2009.

Comm (Auck ), MBA (Mon ), FCPA, FAICD Jay was appointed to the MFB Board in July 2006.

Then I was appointed to Warrant Officer status and had ten weeks of rest and learning.

Professor Stephen King Professor Stephen King was appointed to the Council in December 2011, for a 1 year period.

Robyn Annear Robyn Annear was appointed to the Board in September 2006 and is now serving her third three-year term.

Unexpired term 160(4) An auditor appointed to fill a vacancy holds office for the unexpired term of his predecessor.

Deputy president Stephen Kerr Stephen Kerr was appointed to the Board in August 2005 and reappointed in 2008 and 2011.

In 13% of cases appoint as is used

Abi Rabi'a was appointed as the general.

Beck was appointed as principal percussionist.

BELGIUM Appointed as a Special Advisor to Hon'ble Mr.

The respondent - Sanwar Mal was appointed as a Class-IV employee in UCO Bank on 29.

Sinha, a 1974 batch officer of Bihar cadre, has been appointed as the next CBI chief.

This was soon given an even more elevated platform when he was appointed as a United Nations Drylands Ambassador.

Bould was appointed as the new assistant to Wenger in the summer, after the long-serving Pat Rice decided to retire.

In 1993, Neil returned to Victoria when he was appointed as the 18th Chief Commissioner of the Victoria Police Force.

In fact he was rewarded for being a law unto him by being appointed as the Monitoring MP for the Ministry of Defence.

In 8% of cases appoint in is used

Marsh, who was appointed in 1923.

Mr Lo was appointed in July 2010.

Mr Fung was appointed in August 2010.

A full-time Director of Tourism was appointed in 1963 and given a budget of J$1,000,000.

Nagle, was appointed in December of that year, and installed himself in the small offices in St.

Vinnecombe who was appointed in his place also died through a motor accident at the Farisco Junction, Adabraka, Accrain 1950.

Patel Commission of Inquiry in October 2008, which was appointed in July 2006, following a debate in the Legislative Assembly.

Eligibility for reappointment 138(7) Any member whose term expires or who resigns may be reappointed in the same or another capacity.

Virginia Hickey Ms Virginia Hickey was reappointed as a councillor for a period of three years in December 2009 having been first appointed in December 2003.

In 6% of cases appoint under is used

Guardians may also be appointed under a parent's will or by court order.

Eligibility 156(2) An auditor appointed under section 99 is eligible for appointment under subsection (1).

Costs of mediator 111(4) The remuneration and expenses of a mediator appointed under subsection 95(1) or (1.

Royal Commissions are, therefore, generally regarded as having greater prestige and standing than Commissions of Inquiry appointed under the Commissions of Inquiry Act 1908 alone.

Duty under instrument 93 A receiver or receiver-manager appointed under an instrument shall act in accordance with that instrument and any direction of a court given under section 95.

In 5% of cases appoint for is used

One teacher must be appointed for each group of 40 students 3.

Further, the puja has to be done by the priests appointed for the purpose.

Special Enumerators are appointed for this work in the Metropolitan areas.

Although the abbot had been appointed for life by John XXIII, Rivera Carrera succeeded in forcing him to resign.

Then, afterwards we have appointed for him Hell, he will burn therein disgraced and rejected far from Allah's Mercy.

The earliest date a new head could be with us is January 2013, and every effort will be made to appoint for that date.

Working with our Brand Ambassador your will be in charge of setting appoints for Product Launches in individual states.

The Chairman and one member would be made permanent employee while other members would be appointed for a fixed period.

Signs are given by the Lord to instruct the wise, who are then able to participate in the Lord's plan as appointed for them.

A Dispute Review Panel consisting of **26;5164;TOOLONG experts from various disciplines was appointed for resolving disputes.

In 2% of cases appoint from is used

Of the judges, the Federal Courts Act requires that at least six be appointed from Quebec.

Eleven Trustees were appointed from within and by the RNLI Council in July 2011, and two Trustees were appointed mid-term in February 2012.

They also feared the Lord and appointed from among themselves priests of the high places, who acted for them in the houses of the high places.

Benefits to Members Boards of Trustees are appointed from registered members, and this shows that members have the right to make decisions for Platinum.

Although the PM is appointed by the Federal President they mostly appear as far as I can see to be appointed from the Parliament and this is subject to Parliamentary votes.

In 2% of cases appoint on is used

No longer would the USA team coach be appointed on a one-year basis.

Moreover, as mentioned before, Senators would be appointed on a rolling basis.

The positions are Non-Executive The persons will be appointed on a three year term C.

In most other EU countries ministers are appointed on the basis of knowledge and expertise.

NAMA was formally established on 21 December 2009 and its Board was appointed on the following day.

International accounting firms have also been appointed on a full time basis to assist in the investigations.

Osibodu was appointed on August 14, 2009 following the intervention of the CBN in Union Bank and four other banks that failed a stress test on their financial health.

Where a receiver of the whole or substantially the whole of the company's property is appointed on behalf of the holder of a floating charge, the company must also be notified forthwith.

In 1% of cases appoint over is used

It has been narrated on the ' Abd al-Rahman from ' Ali that the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) sent a force (on a mission) and appointed over them a man.

It has been narrated on the authority of ' All who said: The Mersenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) sent an expeditionand appointed over the Mujahids a man from the Ansar.

In 1% of cases appoint with is used

He was appointed with effect from 31st May.

All the rooms and suites are very large and elegantly appointed with all comforts, most with balconies and private gardens.

The rooms are cozy, comfortably decorated, impeccably clean and very well appointed with high quality bed linens and towels.

Rooms are perfectly appointed with an amazing shower and complimentary ' accessories ' - and spotless as only a Japanese hotel can be.

The verandas are well appointed with safari chairs, and although the views are only fair throughout the day, they can be quite nice at sunset.

The Hotel Milano was reasonably appointed with friendly staff but had probably seen better days with a lift so slow it would have been quicker to abseil.

All rooms are charmingly appointed with spacious bathrooms, private balconies/verandas and curved French windows giving views onto the tranquil lakeside beauty.

In those days, the tram was appointed with sullen ticket inspectors wearing dull, spiritless uniforms, working dull, spiritless jobs and going home to dull, spiritless concrete apartments.

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