Thesaurus / appoint
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The House accordingly took up the message, and also agreed to appoint a committee of conference.
The bill to appoint visitors to inspect female convents and religious houses has been rejected.
These courts have the sole power to appoint electoral boards in cities where they are located.
HALLOWED HERITAGE: THE LIFE OF VIRGINIADOROTHY M. TORPEY
I keep (as the phrase is) in an absent members rooms till one of the aforesaid duetto return to appoint me my own.
LETTERS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE, VOL. I (OF 2)SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
But shortly before the war began the Volksraad had given the President the power to appoint such an officer.
THREE YEARS' WARCHRISTIAAN RUDOLF DE WET
I propose to you that we appoint our leader here, Le Chapelier, to be that delegate.
You were kind enough to appoint me director of the Mexican movement, and I thank you for it, gentleman.
THE TIGER-SLAYERGUSTAVE AIMARD
Mr. Harrington has led me to anticipate that he will appoint a day.
EVAN HARRINGTON, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
A reform government should appoint tribunals to decide upon the claims of property holders.
THE RADICALISM OF SHELLEY AND ITS SOURCESDANIEL J. MACDONALD
It still remained to appoint a board to superintend the executive power.
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