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chairman

 
1. Chairperson, see there.
2. Chief of staff, see there.
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I delivered them into the hands of the chairman of the Board with the comfortable consciousness that their cake was dough.
The chairman was still standing at the front, the twins at his side.
When you drove home after the concert I called upon Scotland Yard and upon the chairman of the bank directors, with the result that you have seen.
His letter to the captain of the steamer was from the chairman of the company, and his introduction to the manager of the London and North Western Railway Company was from the greatest railway man in the world.
William, impassible and quiet as usual, was proceeding to the green to fulfil his duty as chairman.
He had caught their interest, and the audience urged the chairman by acclamation to extend Martin's time.
A member directed the attention of the Superb High Chairman to her, and she was asked to explain her presence there, and what she was doing.
States Senate a quorum consists of the chairman of the Committee on
It was with this object that a bill had been introduced into Parliament by their patriotic chairman Sir Matthew Pupker; it was this bill that they had met to support; it was the supporters of this bill who would confer undying brightness and splendour upon England, under the name of the United Metropolitan Improved Hot Muffin and Crumpet Baking and Punctual Delivery Company; he would add, with a capital of Five Millions, in five hundred thousand shares of ten pounds each.
Audley, the chairman, was an amiable, elderly man who still wore Gladstone collars; he was a kind of symbol of all that phantasmal and yet fixed society.
His shoulders were broad beyond all size, and the calves of his legs larger than those of a common chairman.
Charles had been kind in undertaking the funeral arrangements and in telling him to eat his breakfast, but the boy as he grew up was a little dictatorial, and assumed the post of chairman too readily.