susceptible to appointment as an appointive company
- at the mercy of appointment
- concerning the work of appointing
- Subject to session; since, an appointive office.
(a.) Subject to session; since, an appointive workplace.
Finally, in 1903, by a municipal code for the state (see Ohio) the federal plan was abandoned, and by a somewhat complex system power and responsibility were divided among the mayor, the council, the governor, an appointive board of public safety, and certain elective officers.