But, he was reportedly forced to resign when he refused to endorse direct appointments, made by the PPP Sindh Government.
What does DA stand for?
DA stands for Direct Appointment (source of commission for military officers)
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- Military and Government
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- Dimensional Analysis (logical method of dosage calculation used in medicine)
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- Diplomatic Academy (various locations)
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- Direct Action
Samples in periodicals archive:
3- In case of emergency, get a direct appointment from the coordinator of appointments for the same day and get listed in the emergency schedule (for emergency cases).
The government must introduce an open, international tender instead of direct appointment.
A bill that would make the governor's five direct appointments to each judicial nominating commission in Florida at-will positions cleared a House subcommittee.
The biggest challenge was getting direct appointments with insurance carriers.
The presidential veto similarly evades the issue of the EC-recommended direct appointment of Supreme Judicial Council members by all magistrates rather than by delegates.
Why instead of direct appointment did you open to competition the cultural attache vacancies in our embassies abroad?
In February 1865, however, Barr donned an Army blue uniform for the first time when he accepted a direct appointment as a major and judge advocate.