issue an invitation

See: call, summon
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The Resolution Professional shall issue an invitation, including the evaluation matrix, to the prospective Resolution Applicants.
He/She must also issue an invitation, including the evaluation matrix, to the prospective resolution applicants.
The Supreme Committee requested formally and directly from the United Nations envoy to issue an invitation to the Committee to attend the negotiations.
The Parliament of Pakistan can not issue an invitation to the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir Assembly to attend 61st Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, as it would be in violation of the UNSC Resolutions.
At first I thought our family would issue an invitation to our guest list just mentioning my son and the celebration, and my friend would do the same for her son.
The Labour Relations Commission is expected to issue an invitation to managers and unions at the airline to talks on Saturday and Sunday in a bid to prevent a stoppage at the airline on Tuesday.
The aim is to issue an invitation to tender for these services in summer 2005.
South Korean President Kim Dae Jung, who is now in Japan, reportedly plans to issue an invitation in person to Emperor Akihito to visit South Korea.
Following an April "expression of interest" deadline, "European Report" expects the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) to issue an invitation to tender with respect to a pod-mounted directed infrared countermeasures (DIRCM) system for fast-jet application during the summer of 2000.
When somebody tells us they are coming, we issue an invitation.
LEADING Australian golfer Craig Parry has urged organisers of next year's US Masters to issue an invitation to Australia's brilliant young amateur Aaron Baddeley.
The up in sales made Lego chiefs issue an invitation to Becks, wife Victoria and their sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz to visit their head office in Billund, Denmark - home of the original Legoland park.