One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Instructing another person to act in one's stead; by proxy.‘the wardens of the forests performed important duties by deputy’
- ‘Either of these dignities was often conferred by way of compliment on the emperor, who usually discharged its duties by deputy.’
- ‘Colonial offices were often granted to men who had obligations and duties in England, who had no intention of leaving England, and who performed their colonial duties by deputy.’
- ‘At that time the office was granted to the chancellor of England, who executed the duties by deputy.’
- ‘The Registrar shall discharge such duties in respect of examinations as may be delegated to him by the Senate and he may perform these duties by deputy.’
- ‘These clerks were appointed by patent for life, and were allowed to perform their duties by deputy.’
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