English to Albanian Meaning of appointive - të emëruar

Appointive :
të emëruar
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(1) Regardless of the source of appointive authority, chairs cannot lead effectively without the support of the department faculty because the majority of the work at an institution of higher education is done by the faculty.(2) And while there was a time when most administrations would at least try to find qualified candidates for sensitive appointive posts - like those involving police powers - that tradition also has gradually passed away.(3) It's an appointive position based on faculty recommendation and grades.(4) In practical terms, an impeachment would mean he could not serve in any other federal elective or appointive office.(5) The president, who is elected by the members of the lower house, enjoys veto powers concerning legislation as well as a wide range of appointive powers.(6) What's more, the confirmation process for appointive positions - even critical national security positions - is hopelessly broken, meaning it can take years, not months, for a new administration to staff up fully.(7) The civil servants have to execute the policy decisions of their appointive superiors - at least they're supposed to.(8) He notes the steadily increasing ranks of African-American Republicans holding significant elective and appointive office.(9) In what follows, I summarize the most important documents clarifying the appointive status of the berdache as he appears in the Spanish and mestizo sources on the Spanish frontiers in these centuries.(10) From a machine perspective, such jobs are far more useful than appointive positions in the executive branch.(11) He does not note that originally, 20 seats were to be appointive .(12) The presidency would be determined by regular elections every 4 years; the two parties would have parity in all other elective and appointive offices.(13) After two early appointive terms in the U.S. Senate, he won election to the Senate in 1831, serving until 1842 and again from 1849 until his death.(14) First, his proposal to appoint ‘socially disadvantaged,’ voting members to local boards gives those members a second ingredient to what they already have, appointive representation.(15) He battled for the full reform program: to make everything, even the mayoralty, an appointive rather than an elective office.(16) He is not a journalist by training, and he's never held appointive or elective office.
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