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In his decision, he noted as firmly grounded that "each party to a collective bargaining relationship has both the right to select its representative for bargaining and negotiations and the duty to deal with the chosen representative of the other party.
Gary McGarrigal "As long as Jeremy Corbyn realises that, although he is the leader, he's only the chosen representative of his party and, as such, it is duty bound to present a general consensus rather than simply espouse all his own ideas, then he'll be fine.
And his chosen representative must always be respected.
THE Lord Mayor of Liverpool is known as the first citizen and chosen representative of the city.
All enduring relationships have to be built on the feelings and attitudes of the people and their chosen representative," expressed Aziz.
For example, in his comparison of early American history (including the history of the transformation of the English constitution), Watkins illustrates how sovereignty shifted in England from the Kings who asserted a divine right to rule, to Parliament, which, as a result of the Glorious Revolution, rejected the idea that the King was God's chosen representative and established the legislature as the ultimate authority and locus of power.
As the democratically chosen representative of the Israeli people, Danon said, Likud has the right to pass this law, which bans public advocacy for a boycott against the state of Israel[1].
The third component determining their decision, Zawawi commented, was its business goal in building the company's commitment of investing in their heavy machinery currently in demand from the public and private sector while making the transition for the new chosen representative of the international companies a smooth one.
Southern raiders from Mark Johnston's Middleham base always have to be respected and Peregrine Falcon is the chosen representative from three initial entries in the HBLB Conditions Stakes at Lingfield.
If your chosen representative is not available you can ask for the meeting to be postponed for up to five days.
Our brave lads have a mission, dictated from above, though they're kept in the dark about its precise aims and objectives and rely on their master's chosen representative, a flat-footed nobody.
God's chosen representative on the field, the referee, frequently blows a whistle because for most of the time neither he, the players, nor the spectators have any idea how to interpret the commandments or rules thus making the whole ceremony even more turgid and boring, making the prospect of acquiring further converts unlikely.