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1. The new appointee will be working closely with both departments.
2. Bustamante said he considers the prospective appointee a friend but no more than other applicants for the position.
3. With another task force appointee, Spitzer gave it a go.
4. Another appointee might have seen the ideological struggle about money for the arts as politics-as-usual.
5. Federal appeals judge Alex Kozinski, a Ronald Reagan appointee, recently attacked the legal machinery of capital punishment.
6. Ronald Reagan appointee, was on the panel that unanimously upheld the gas chamber ban Wednesday.
7. Hatch started off demonizing a Clinton appointee who let four likely cocaine dealers free on an iffy technicality.
8. The new president's appointee for Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, Michele Flournoy, was asked about that at her Senate confirmation hearing on Thursday.
9. Each boss the hope appointee be quick to do a result.
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11. YB Zulhasnan is just a political appointee of the lame duck Prime Minister.
12. The appointee will also use our technology platform to assist with data management and control.
13. That method of personnel management was supposed to have ended in 1991 under then-Customs Commissioner Carol Hallett, a Republican appointee.
14. Supplier - The lead supplier representative is to be the project manager or manager appointee.
15. Lobbyists have focused attention on commissioner Michael Dunn , a Democratic appointee ,(sentencedict.com/appointee.html) like Mr Gensler.
16. The choice of Bernanke , an accomplished scholar, apparently reflected Bush's acceptance of the public's expectation appointee.
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18. Some members of Congress are demanding Obama drop his appointee for assistant deputy secretary of education, Kevin Jennings, because he is an activist for gay rights.
19. The ruling on April 3 rd was unanimous and written by a Republican appointee.
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