a scientist from a Member Country who is registered for an IAGA Assembly as a bona-fide scientific participant, or someone who has the agreement of the Secretary-General in consultation with the IAGA Executive Committee to attend and vote as a Delegate at a Conference of Delegates.
Someone who attends an event - such as a conference or summit - who has been instructed on how to vote by those s/he is representing. At PCS Annual Delegate Conference branch delegates are instructed by branch members on which way to vote on motions to be debated at conference at a mandating meeting held prior to conference.
A person invested with authority to carry out the functions, powers and duties of, or to act on behalf of or represent others. A person who occupies an official position at the University, that position having been assigned authorities or powers by the Vice-Chancellor by way of the Universityâ€(tm)s delegations system.
A person having the right to vote at the Annual Council Meeting. Four groups in the council have this right: members of the Board of Directors and the Council Nominating Committee, area chairs, and delegates elected by each area association.
a representative, to a national or state political convention, who dramatically walks out, weeps during the highpoints of marginally impassioned speeches, and whose fashion choices can provide ample comedy for decades to come
Lead management representative from an A-D Affiliate or a Preferred Supplier to A-D. Delegates are ultimately responsible for coordinating and managing all facets of their companies' participation in A-D.
The man or woman elected at the electoral assembly every other year to represent the area at the annual meeting of the Conference in New York and to bring back to the area the results of the Conference meeting (See Chapter V of the Service Manual.)
A delegate is an individual (or a member of a group called a delegation) who represents the interests of a larger organization (e.g. a government, a charity, an NGO, or a trade union) at a meeting of some kind (e.g. trade talks, an environmental summit, aid negotiations, or an industrial dispute).
A Delegate to Congress is a non-voting member of the United States House of Representatives who is elected from a U.S. territory or from the District of Columbia. While unable to vote in the full House, a non-voting Delegate may vote in a House committee of which the Delegate is a member. The positions are now more permanent, having been supported by Congressional legislation (see Section 891, of Title 48 of the U.
An FIS user assigned primary, or non-primary, duties for managing the transactions in an account. This user is designated by the account manager as having the sole, or shared, responsibility for the assigned account.
At Okinawa, the call name of the chief fighter director who assigned CAP to the various Radar Pickets and oversaw the vectoring of fighter planes and the positioning of the Pickets. He was stationed on the command ship in the Hagashi anchorage and was in constant voice communication with the fighter director teams on the various Radar Picket ships. All ships on the Picket Station could hear him on a 24/7 basis. It was how they knew what was going on and what to expect.
In computer science, delegate is a form of type-safe function pointer used in the .NET Framework technology developed by Microsoft Corporation for computer software development. Delegates specify a method to call and optionally an object to call the method on. They are used to implement callbacks and event listeners.
DeleGate is a multi-purpose application level gateway or proxy server that mediates communication of various protocols, applying cache and conversion for mediated data, controlling access from clients, and routing toward servers.