- n. Plural form of designee.
“designees," citing Section 2.1 (f) of the 2008 Nestlé-Novartis Shareholder Agreement and”
“Children of Dune_ was pathetic and Herbert (and his later designees) got worse from there.”
“Mr. Reid asked for agreement to confirm the following designees:”
“• Publicity: Except where prohibited by law, participation in the Contest constitutes an entrant's consent for the Sponsor and the Sponsor's designees to use of entrant's name, likeness, voice, opinions, biographical information, job industry and state of residence for promotional purposes in any media without further payment or consideration.”
“You hereby grant to the Sponsor and their designees the right to use any edited Submission, or parts of a Submission, without your approval and waive any right to inspect or approve uses of the Submission prior to or following publication and any right to compensation for the Submission.”
“The phrase "education reform" has been co-opted to mean a narrow party program advocated by the reform establishment mainly billionaires and their designees that includes a barrage of testing, charter schools, and taking experienced educators out of the classroom.”
“But the dress code also allows for exemptions based on "sincerely held religious belief," and says, "the principal or designees shall not attempt to determine whether the religious beliefs are valid, but only whether they are central to religious doctrine and sincerely held.”
“Second, the agreements can be entered "on such terms and conditions as the mayor or such designees deem appropriate" and these terms include, importantly, "indemnification by the city".”
“The designees are typically rich in architecture and history.”
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