- n. Plural form of appointment.
“Also relevant to the appointments is the fact that all former consultants, appointed when Archbishop Piero Marini led the office of Liturgical Celebrations, have been dismissed since their appointments were not renewed.”
“The Constitutional option, aka the Nuclear option, was for judicial appointments from the executive calendar, on the grounds that the Senate is instructed to give its advice and try to give its consent or not.”
“Right now its all pet appointments from the governor.”
“Judicial appointments is where we should be worried.”
“The purpose of lifetime appointments is to weaken the influence of ephemeral trends.”
“But the approaching cloud of war undermined the negotiations and the KWG decided to postpone any decisions on the Domagk and Rein appointments until the political situation in Germany stabilized.”
“FDR tried to pack SCOTUS for his own agenda, and political choices in appointments have been going on since the beginning of the country.”
“The latest Senate shenanigans over ambassadorial appointments is a good reminder why.”
“Professional landscapers are more likely to have time in the fall, so scheduling appointments is easier.”
“The White House release and full list of recess appointments is here.”
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