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appointment and constables
The Assize of Arms of 1252, which required the appointment of constables to summon men to arms, quell breaches of the peace, and to deliver offenders to the sheriffs or reeves, is cited as one of the earliest creation of the English police.
( 2 ) Any non-profit corporation, civic association, or governmental entity which has buildings and grounds open to the public may request for the appointment of constables to serve as law enforcement officers in order to protect life and property.
Although the Idaho Statutes still provide for the appointment of election constables to keep order during elections ( Title 34, Chapter 11 ) and define constables as peace officers, the position was effectively eliminated in 1970, when the Idaho Legislature's Election Reform Act removed all provisions for the appointment of constables.
Currently, there is legislation pending approval which will require all current and future NJ constables to undergo police training within six months of appointment.
With the appointment of shugo constables by Kamakura, all criminal jurisdiction within the provinces passed into his hands.
The RNC dates back to 1729, with the appointment of the first police constables.
The proclamation provided for the appointment of a sheriff having under his direction a high constable, constables, bailiffs and surveyors of highways.

appointment and is
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.
Dr. Ray is a Fellow of the Foundation -- appointed thrice to assist his studies of William Makepeace Thackeray and of H. G. Wells -- and, before his appointment to the Foundation's executive staff, had been given our highest scholarly accolade, appointment to the Advisory Board.
A Prime Minister is appointed by the Governor-General as the head of government, and of a multi-party system ; the Prime Minister advises the Governor-General on the appointment of a Council of Ministers.
Associate Justices have seniority by order of appointment, although the Chief Justice is always considered to be the most senior.
A story, probably apocryphal but popular at the time, is that the appointment caused Montgomery to remark that " After having an easy war, things have now got much more difficult.
The appointment of the governor is the responsibility of the government, head of the Board of Directors, with the approval of the President of the Republic ( formally a decree of the President ).
The appointment of coadjutors is often seen as a means of providing for continuity of church leadership.
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.
In most legal systems, the appointment and removal of directors is voted upon by the shareholders in general meeting or through a proxy statement.
A cardinal named in pectore is known only to the pope ; not even the cardinal so named is necessarily aware of his elevation, and in any event cannot function as a cardinal while his appointment is in pectore.
Some speculate that the pope could leave instructions in writing, perhaps in his will, for the appointment to be made known after his death ; but it is difficult to imagine a case in which the pope would consider that his own death would remove the obstacle in the way of publishing the name.
Calixtus ' reference to the feudal homage due the emperor on appointment is guarded: " shall do unto thee for these what he rightfully should " was the wording of the privilegium granted by Calixtus.
Appointment CRM is a relatively new CRM platform category in which an automated system is used to offer a suite of suitable appointment times to a customer via e-mail or through a web site.
An automated process is used to schedule and confirm the appointment, and place it on the appropriate person's calendar.
The exact date of Cyril ’ s appointment to Bishop of Jerusalem is not known but many believe the date to be around the early to mid part of the Fourth century.
Cyril ’ s appointment to the Bishop of Jerusalem is also shrouded in conspiracy.
The Chief of Naval Operations is nominated by the President for appointment and must be confirmed via majority vote by the Senate.
Maximian's appointment is unusual in that it was impossible for Diocletian to have been present to witness the event.
An appointment or roleplay is referred to as a " session ", and is often conducted in a dedicated professional play space which has been set up with specialist equipment, such as a " dungeon ".
My lords, the law of nature moves me to sorrow for my sister ; the burden that is fallen upon me makes me amazed, and yet, considering I am God's creature, ordained to obey His appointment, I will thereto yield, desiring from the bottom of my heart that I may have assistance of His grace to be the minister of His heavenly will in this office now committed to me.

appointment and authorized
The peace accords call for a one-third reduction in the army's authorized strength and budget — achieved in 2004 — and for a constitutional amendment to permit the appointment of a civilian minister of defense.
The Universal House of Justice, the only institution authorized to adjudicate on situations not covered in scripture, later announced that it could not legislate to make possible the appointment of a successor to Shoghi Effendi.
At the first meeting of what would become the AAPA on December 22, 1886, those present authorized the appointment of a committee to draft rules and regulations.
New Hampshire Justices of the Peace are also authorized, upon a showing of probable cause supported by affidavit, to issue arrest warrants, search warrants, administrative inspection warrants and by court appointment, to fix and receive bail in criminal cases.
At the time of his second appointment as Governor in 1689, France authorized the importation of slaves to Quebec from the West Indies.
The appointment of the Prime Minister is one of the few areas in which the President is authorized to exercise " his or her own judgement ".
The Ombudsman is not authorized to investigate actions taken by a Cabinet Minister, judge, or any person with respect to that person's appointment to, or dismissal from, public office, or that person's pension entitlement.
Stockton, as senior military authority and first U. S. Military Governor of California territory, authorized John C. Fremont's appointment to succeed him as military governor and commander of the California Battalion militia force.
The appointment, commissioning and regulation of railroad police under Section 1704 of the U. S. Crime Control Act of 1990, provides that: " A railroad police officer who is certified or commissioned as a police officer under the laws of any one state shall, in accordance with the regulations issued by the U. S. Secretary of Transportation, be authorized to enforce the laws of any other state in which the rail carrier owns property.
Episcopalia, i, De privilegiis ) says that the regular appointment of titular bishops dates back only to the time of the Fifth Lateran Council under Leo X ( Session IX ); cardinals alone were authorized to ask for them for the dioceses.
Borglum had exchanged letters with President Wilson, a personal friend, from which he assumed an appointment to investigate had been authorized, which the administration soon denied.
During World War I, the United States Congress authorized the appointment of three-star lieutenant generals and four-star " full " generals.
The bill authorized the creation of the school, the appointment of a Board of Governors to manage the school and the acquisition of a training vessel.
) The famous Supreme Court case of Marbury v. Madison involved one of these " midnight " appointments, although it was an appointment to a judgeship of the District of Columbia, which was authorized under a different Act of Congress, not the Judiciary Act.
On the day of Steven Freiberg's CEO appointment, the company announced it will seek the approval of its stockholders for a 1-for-10 reverse stock split and a corresponding decrease to the company ’ s authorized shares of common stock to a total of 400, 000, 000 shares at the Company ’ s 2010 Annual Meeting to be held on May 13, 2010.
Shortly before her investiture, the governor general terminated her honorary appointment, and immediately authorized a new appointment as a full member.
In 1972 John Grierson was expected to be authorized as the first honorary companion by Cabinet, and notice of his appointment was prepared in advance of cabinet rubber stamping the nomination.
Two years later Congress authorized the appointment of a vice admiral from among the nine rear admirals: David Farragut.

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