Definition of Reappointments

1. Noun. (plural of reappointment) ¹



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Definition of Reappointments

1. reappointment [n] - See also: reappointment

Lexicographical Neighbors of Reappointments

reappears
reapplicant
reapplicants
reapplication
reapplications
reapplied
reapplies
reapply
reapplying
reappoint
reappointed
reappointee
reappointees
reappointing
reappointment
reappointments (current term)
reappoints
reapportion
reapportioned
reapportioning
reapportionment
reapportionments
reapportions
reapposition
reappositions
reappraied
reappraisal
reappraisals
reappraise
reappraised

Literary usage of Reappointments

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annual Report by Oberlin College (1904)
"... The list of reappointments for the year, as voted by the Trustees at their Semi-Annual meeting, follows: General William Frederick Bohn, DB, ..."

2. Cases on the Law of Suretyship by Clinton De Witt (1920)
"Krieger entered upon his duties and continued to act as cashier until and during the year 1878, under annual reappointments, made by resolution of the board ..."

3. Proceedings of the School Committee of the City of Boston by Boston (Mass.). School Committee (1906)
"reappointments OF INSTRUCTORS. The following annual reappointments of ... Also a list of reappointments of subordinate teachers of the several Normal, ..."

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