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Definition of Deligate

Deligate
Deligate Del"i*gate, v. t. [L. deligatus, p. p. of deligare to bind up; de- + ligare to bind.] (Surg.) To bind up; to bandage.

Meaning of Deligate from wikipedia

- authority to erect beacons originally lay with the King and later was deligated to the Lord High Admiral. The money due for the maintenance of beacons...
- from Ujjain Qayyum Nagori, son of Mohd. Ismail Nagori, Central Minister Deligate from Nagor Dileep Singh Bhuria, MP from Ratlam Nirmala Bhuria, MLA from...
- from Ujjain Qayyum Nagori, son of Mohd. Ismail Nagori , Central Minister Deligate from Nagor Dileep Singh Bhuria, MP from Ratlam Nirmala Bhuria, MLA from...
- Mar Thoma I, archdeacon of the Syriac Christian community. He was the deligate of Maphriyana/catholicate of Syriac orthodox church to Kerala syrian Christians...
- Rep. Mary Fallin, Keith Ellison, and Jerry McNerney among Congressional deligate meet with Commander of Multi-National Force – Iraq General David Petraeus...
- supported the Union. After the war, he served as a Southern Treaty Commission Deligate. John Jumper led the Seminoles who had been allied with the Confederacy;...
- to the Lingam and worshipped Lord Shiva, who appeared before them and deligated their duties of Creation and Protection. It is believed that this is the...
- Rep. Mary Fallin, Keith Ellison, and Jerry McNerney among Congressional deligate meet with Commander of Multi-National Force – Iraq General David Petraeus...
- Many Splendoured Thing All The World's A Stage Hearts And Flowers The Deligate I'm Going To Be A Father Major Ab Adversis All Mod Cons All Star Comedy...
- them in the tombs of the church. The church was visited by the Apostolic Deligate Monsignor Pietro Dusina in 1575 who found it well equipped for divine services...
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