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Definition of Deputable

Deputable
Deputable Dep"u*ta*ble, a. Fit to be deputed; suitable to act as a deputy. --Carlyle.

Meaning of Deputable from wikipedia

- The Treasurer-depute was a senior post in the pre-Union government of Scotland. It was the equivalent of the English post of Chancellor of the Exchequer...
- Covid19". Retrieved 10 July 2020. "Florence Parly s'exprime devant les députés de la commission de la Défense nationale et des forces armées". defense...
- Covid19". Retrieved 10 July 2020. "Florence Parly s'exprime devant les députés de la commission de la Défense nationale et des forces armées". defense...
- being the Senate (Sénat). The National ****embly's legislators are known as députés (French pronunciation: ​[depyˈte]; "delegate" or "envoy" in English; the...
- fulfil duties of their state". The sacrament of Holy Orders consecrates and deputes some Christians to serve the whole body as members of three degrees or...
- Brown (born 20 December 1961) is a Scottish politician who is currently Depute Leader of the Scottish National Party. He is a former Royal Marines commando...
- Delegation is the ****ignment of any authority to another person (normally from a manager to a subordinate) to carry out specific activities. It is one...
- younger brother of Alexander III and the Tsar's only surviving uncle, was deputed to beg Nicholas to grant a constitution and a government responsible to...
- withdrew from the contest in favour of Alex Salmond, standing instead as depute (deputy) leader on a joint ticket with Salmond. Both were subsequently elected...
- commonly called MPPs (Members of the Provincial Parliament) in English and députés de l'****emblée législative in French, but they have also been called MLAs...
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