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Persons wishing to have an appointment on the agenda must contact Joe Renner or Tammy Gilbert and must submit in writing reference material on the subject matter to be discussed at least 10 business days prior to the scheduled meeting.
With Charles, who had at first " kicked at his appointment ," he quickly became a favorite, his lively and " libertine " conversation being named by Bishop Gilbert Burnet as his chief attraction for the king.
On 1 May 1967 Lord Rootes appointed Gilbert Hunt, a Wolverhampton-born business executive, who at the time was managing director of Massey-Ferguson in the UK, to be the new managing director of the Rootes Group: Hunt's appointment was made with the support of the Chrysler Corporation which was building its holding and control over the business during this period.
In 1932, Gilbert Highet accepted a classics teaching appointment at St. John's College, Oxford and while in Oxford, MacInnes served as an amateur actress with the Oxford University Dramatic Society and the Oxford Experimental Theatre.
It has been claimed that Smith's appointment was the inspiration for the character of Sir Joseph Porter, KCB, in Gilbert and Sullivan's 1878 comic opera, H. M. S. Pinafore ).
Buell later denied knowing Gilbert had not actually received an official appointment.

appointment and General
The appointment of U Thant of Burma as the U.N.'s Acting Secretary General -- at this writing, the choice appears to be certain -- offers further proof that in politics it is more important to have no influential enemies than to have influential friends.
Simultaneously the President announced Thursday the appointment of David L. Hackett, a special assistant to the Attorney General, as executive director of the new Committee on Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crime.
Among their most critical duties is the ordination and appointment of clergy to serve local churches as pastor, presiding at sessions of the Annual, Jurisdictional, and General Conferences, providing pastoral ministry for the clergy under their charge, and safeguarding the doctrine and discipline of the Church.
With the cessation of hostilities, Alexander was under serious consideration for appointment to the post of Chief of the Imperial General Staff, the British army's most senior position beneath the sovereign, but he was invited by Canadian prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King to be his recommendation to the King for the post of Governor General of Canada.
In July 1970, the US withdrew 50 % of its financial support to the ILO following the appointment of an Assistant-Director General from the Soviet Union.
Hardy handing over command of the Kenya Army to Brigadier Joseph Ndolo on 1 December 1966, British influence was underlined with the appointment of Major General Robert Penfold as Chief of General Staff, a new position as senior officer of the entire armed forces.
* 1976 – George Washington's appointment, posthumously, to the grade of General of the Armies of the United States by congressional joint resolution Public Law 94-479 is approved by President Gerald R. Ford.
In 2006, General Myers accepted a part-time appointment as a Foundation Professor of Military History at Kansas State University.
Passed in 1967, this law was a congressional response in delayed dismay about John F. Kennedy's appointment of his brother Robert F. Kennedy to the office of the Attorney General.
Harding's appointment of Harry M. Daugherty as Attorney General received at the time more criticism than any other ; Harding's campaign manager's Ohio lobbying and back room maneuvers with politicians were not considered the best qualifications.
Others, also basing their claims on passages of his diaries, have suggested that King was in love with Lord Tweedsmuir, whom he had chosen for appointment as Governor General in 1935.
* March 5 – A. Mitchell Palmer becomes Attorney General of the United States through recess appointment.
Blaine tried to sabotage the appointment by convincing Garfield to name a nemesis of MacVeagh, William E. Chandler, as Solicitor General under MacVeagh.
Senator Ewing secured an appointment for the 16-year-old Sherman as a cadet in the United States Military Academy at West Point, where he roomed and became good friends with another important future Civil War General, George H. Thomas.
In the 1920s, the public flouting of Prohibition laws, mob violence, and police involvement in illegal activities led to the appointment of Brigadier General Smedley Butler of the U. S. Marine Corps as director of public safety, but political pressure prevented any long-term success in fighting crime and corruption.
Washington received the appointment, and Lee was offered the subordinate rank of Major General.
In the Isle of Man, Her Majesty's Attorney General is a Crown appointment and Mr Attorney sits in the Legislative Council of the Isle of Man, ' ex officio '.
The Attorney General of the Duchy of Cornwall is the chief legal adviser to the Prince of Wales, and there is a separate Attorney General for the Duchy of Lancaster, an appointment that is held by the Crown.
" Isidor Rabi considered the appointment " a real stroke of genius on the part of General Groves, who was not generally considered to be a genius ..."
The Trusteeship Council decided on 10 March 1948 in resolution 32 ( II ) " that the statute on Jerusalem was in satisfactory form and agrees that the question of its formal approval, together with the appointment of a governor of the city, shall be taken up at a subsequent meeting to be held not later than one week before 29 April 1948 ", the deadline given to the Council by the Assembly ( on 21 April 1948, the Trusteeship Council transmitted The Resolution Along With The Draft Statute To The General Assembly ).
In another document, signed in Valencia on 9 May 1402, King Martin sought to promote the Estudi General of Medicine with the appointment of a number of teachers of the liberal arts, without which the study of medicine was virtually useless.

appointment and Manager
On 17 July 2009 the club confirmed the appointment of Alan Pardew as the new First Team Manager.
Its responsibilities include: adoption of the City budget ; approval of all tax levies ; adoption of ordinances ; approval of amendments, supplements or repeals to ordinances and the City Code ; and appointment of the City Manager, City Clerk, City Attorney and various local boards, commissions and committees.
The City Manager is responsible for the appointment and dismissal of all department heads, advises the council on policy matters, and creates and administers the city budget.
Village Manager: Henrietta Turner ( 2011-present ) by appointment not elected
After his graduation, Kibaki took up an appointment as Assistant Sales Manager Shell Company of East Africa, Uganda Division.
He applied for the advertised position of TAA Operations Manager, but to his surprise and delight, was instead offered an appointment as General Manager — though at £ 3, 000 pa, not the £ 10, 000 that had been offered to Holyman.
A change of Manager, with the appointment of Dave Abraham, saw a change of fortune on the pitch and the season finished with Mold comfortable in mid table.
The appointment of ex-England National Academy Manager Brian Ashton as the new Head Coach was announced in November 2005, and marked the return of the popular coach, who helped lead Bath to 6 league titles and 6 cup titles between 1989 and 1996.
Assistant coach Seppo Eichkorn coached the team as Interim Manager until the appointment of Huub Stevens on 27 September 2011.
After Taylor was dismissed from the Eagles on 8 October 2007, Symons was confirmed as Caretaker Manager until the appointment of Neil Warnock three days later ( Palace did not play during this time ).
Following Warnock's appointment, Symons stepped down from his position of Assistant Manager and left the club on 15 October.
Two significant events occurred under Walker's tenure as General Manager: electrification in mid-1920s ; and the appointment of Bulleid as CME in 1937.
The appointment of Alfred Panter as Carriage and Wagon Works Manager under Robert Billinton in 1898 ( and Carriage and Wagon Superintendent from 1912 ) led to the introduction of standard bogie carriages for mainline trains in 1905, but the suburban services were operated by 6-wheeled " block trains " with solid wooden buffers and the carriages permanently tight coupled in sets of ten or twelve.
Although speculated to be in the role of Director of Football or General Manager, the job is thought to be more restricted, involving transfers, scouting and youth development, alongside simultaneous appointment of Tony Jimenez as Vice President ( Player Recruitment ) and Jeff Vetere as Technical Co-ordinator, following the earlier shock return of first team manager Kevin Keegan.
Following the appointment of Brian Little as manager of Gainsborough Trinity Ward was appointed Assistant Manager as well as signing on as the clubs reserve goalkeeper.
He served as General Manager of Security Storage Limited ( a family business ) from 1952 until his appointment in 1970.
It was run by Steve Kean who upon Chris Coleman's appointment as first team Manager in summer 2003 was named as his assistant.
She has been with EMA since 2004, first as a learning contractor, before joining the membership team for a couple of years, followed by her appointment as Public Relations Manager.
The emerging structure of NOMS saw the appointment of a Regional Offender Manager ( ROM ) for each of the 9 English regions and Wales.
Following the appointment of George Burley, Freedman was retained as Assistant Manager.
Angus was General Manager of the CPR until the appointment of Sir William Cornelius Van Horne in 1882, when he became vice-president.
Mike Turner, the club's Marketing Manager, was promoted to the position on a temporary basis and was later confirmed as a permanent appointment.
In September 2000, with the official appointment of its Mosque Manager, it became the first mosque in Singapore to have its office administration ' fully accommodated ' for the congregation with its opening hours from 8: 30 a. m. to 10: 30 p. m. including Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.

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