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Chinese medicine The liver
Hospital practice The chief administrative officer of the medical staff; the physician or other health care professional who is in charge of the medical staff in a hospital or health care organization

chief of staff

Medical practice The chief administrative officer of the medical staff; the physician or other health care professional who is in charge of the medical staff in a hospital or health care organization Oriental medicine The liver. See Twelve vital organs.
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Major General Baqeri replaced former Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Hassan Firouzabadi.
Bush, Chief of Staff John Sununu, despite his strength and considerable competence, overreached; his replacement, Samuel Skinner, failed in part because he had too little authority (Cohen 1997; Fitzwater 1995, 175-79).
Dafoe's character is the president's chief of staff, but given that he's bald and paunchy, wears wire-rimmed glasses and a constant look of self-satisfaction, the Cheney connection is clear.
I had accepted the position as chief of staff from him, based on his vision and mine.
While this happens frequently on an informal basis, on major issues, such as the sale of a major weapon system or the preparation of a visit by the Secretary of the Air Force or Chief of Staff of the Air Force to a particular country, the staff will establish a Country Team with experts from the various divisions led by the appropriate Country Director from IAR.
I looked at the Secretary of the USAF, the Chief of Staff and the others.
Among those who participated in the dedication program were assemblyman Adam Clayton Powell IV, City Council member Phil Reed, Jim Capel, chief of staff for U.
Army War College (1952-53); served successively as chief of staff for I, X, and IX Corps, U.
Buenos Aires politician lands chief of staff position.
Tax Executives Institute is pleased to have this opportunity to meet with Chief of Staff Kenneth Kies and other representatives of the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation.
Born in Platte Center, Nebraska (March 3, 1899); graduated from West Point (1917) and commissioned a 2d lieutenant in the field artillery; promoted captain (May 1935); served as instructor at West Point (1935-1937); graduated from the Command and General Staff school (1937); graduated from the Army War College (1939); promoted major (July 1940); as temporary lieutenant colonel (September 1941) he was appointed deputy to General Eisenhower, then chief of staff for Third Army (October); temporary colonel and chief of staff, Third Army (December); temporary brigadier general and deputy chief of staff to the Allied Force headquarters in London (August 1942); chief of staff to Gen.
military history when he assumed the duties of Army Chief of Staff in June 1999.

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