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assignee

The person(s) or corporate body to whom all or limited rights under a patent are legally transferred.
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If an assignment is in a database, so are its assignee and assigner, i.
Summary: La juge qui a decide avant-hier soir de faire relacher et assigner a residence le commandant du Concordia, a cependant constate "de graves indices de culpabilite" a son encontre, soulignant notamment qu'il n'a pas vraiment tente de remonter a bord pendant l'evacuation des passagers.
35) Sur les limites que certains auteurs souhaiteraient assigner a l'assimilation entre l'arbitrage commercial et l'arbitrage en matiere d'investissements en tant qu'ils relevent d'une meme matiere, l'arbitrage international, voir Alain Prujiner, << L'arbitrage unilateral: un coucou dans le nid de l'arbitrage conventionnel ?
This is one of the drawbacks of using a weighted objective function: the solution depends on the weights assigned, and the weights assigned depend on the bias of the assigner.
We immediately call the assigner and he either reassures us that they are on their way or immediately dispatches two substitutes to fill the void.
She worked as a line assigner at Pacific Telephone and as a manager at a credit union in Santa Rosa.
Comme toute rememoration, elles constituent aussi des manieres de concevoir le monde, des schemas explicatifs, ainsi que des schemas pour assigner le blame (Farmer 1992).
Alternative analyses of de include that by, for example, Li (1985: 137-139), who considers de a case assigner on a par with English's (D hosting the demonstrative pronouns zhe/na 'this/that' [Li 1998]).
They got a raise, but referee assigner Tom Nassraway often laments a lack of referees.
Rather, she proposes that INFL (I) functions as a FOCUS assigner when it contains a raised verb.
Each local assigner in Louisiana will use ArbiterOne to assign officials over the Internet.