American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A person who has been designated.
- n. law One who has been designated
- designate + -ee (Wiktionary)
“If the Secretary of Agriculture or Energy serves on the Interagency Council on Biobased Products and Bioenergy through a designee, the designee should be the chair of the Department's working group.”
“If the reading takes place, it's likely to be carried out by Boehner or his designee, meaning that a number of members may participate, according to a GOP leadership aide.”
“The "designee" should have "appropriate expertise in such areas as economic stabilization, financial aid to commerce and industry, financial restructuring, energy efficiency, and environmental protection.”
“She also asked that Torres identify each departmental "designee" responsible for providing public information to those who request it, and that the city's "organizational chart" reflect that hierarchy and eventually be posted on the city's Web site.”
“designee" was specifically added to Article VIII of the Alcon Organizational Regulations following the 2008 Nestlé-Novartis transaction.”
“There are all kinds of online banking tools and applications that can alert you (and sometimes a designee) when any number of sentinel events occur that could indicate a problem, ranging from overdraft, to the clearing of a check that exceeds a specific threshold, to failure to remit to a regular payee like the electric or gas company.”
“Soon, the Senate Finance Committee will consider HB2000, which mandates that one of the two voting seats on the WMATA Board go to the governor's designee to Northern Virginia Transportation Commission.”
“Students who are unable to attend class will be asked to contact faculty or their designee via e-mail.”
“But it also says special circumstances may be considered and other consequences given by school boards or through a superintendent's designee.”
“In his order Tuesday, Hogan stopped short of that idea, instead requiring a single meeting between the plaintiffs and the mayor or the mayor's designee.”
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