Definition of Appointers

1. Noun. (plural of appointer) ¹



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Definition of Appointers

1. appointer [n] - See also: appointer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Appointers

applots
applotted
applotting
apply
apply oneself
applyed
applying
appoggiatura
appoggiaturas
appoint
appointable
appointed
appointee
appointees
appointer
appointers (current term)
appointing
appointive
appointment
appointment book
appointment calendar
appointment diary
appointments
appointments and schedules
appointor
appointors
appoints
apport
apporter
apportion

Literary usage of Appointers

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1. The Merchant Adventurers of England: Their Laws and Ordinances with Other by William Ezra Lingelbach (1902)
"... and are agreed vpon and Covenanted betwixt the appointers and them, and euerie of them, and to make payment of suche penalties and ..."

2. Hamburg und England im Zeitalter der Königin Elisabeth by Richard Ehrenberg (1896)
"Andere Güter, als die appointers ihnen aufgegeben hatten, durften die Schiffer nicht einnehmen, vor Allem natürlich nichts von Fremden oder Interlopers. ..."

3. Aristotle's Ethics and Politics: Comprising His Practical Philosophy by Aristotle, John Gillies (1813)
"The three variations or differences, in the appointers, combined with the fame number of variations or differences in the appointed, will give, ..."

4. The Records of the Borough of Northampton by Northampton (England) (1898)
"The owners and appointers each to have, over and above their portion as freemen, an acre of grass, and the grazing for a gelding or mare and a cow within ..."

5. Paraguay on Shannon: The Price of a Political Priesthood ; Remarks on Policy by Frank Hugh O'Donnell (1908)
"It is evident that, if the evidence producible before the inquiry were not subject to a prudent process of rejection and elimination, the appointers of the ..."

6. Aristotle's Ethics and Politics: Comprising His Practical Philosophy by Aristotle (1797)
"The three variations or differences, in the appointers, combined with the fame number of variations or differences in the appointed, will give, ..."

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