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Appointment may refer to:
- The prerogative power of an government official or executive to select persons to fill an honorary position or employment in the government (i.e. political appointments, poets laureate).
- Power of appointment, the legal ability of a testator to select another person to dispose of the testator's property
- Recess appointment, a method of filling vacancies under U.S. federal law
- Appointment, a form of Royal Warrant
- List of positions filled by presidential appointment with Senate confirmation
- Judicial appointments in Canada
- Warrant of Appointment, an official document presented by the President of Ireland to persons upon appointment to certain offices
- Papal appointment, the oldest method for the selection of the pope
- Appointment of Catholic bishops
- Appointment of Church of England bishops
- Letter of appointment in Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints history
- Appointment to the Order of Canada
- Court appointment, one of the traditional positions within a royal, ducal, or noble household
- The Appointment, a 1969 psychological drama
- The Appointment (novel), published in German in 1997 and in English in 2001
- Appointment, a means of funding Postdoctoral research
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