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secretary

 [sek´rĕ-tar″e]
a person employed to do clerical work such as handling of correspondence, keeping of files, and similar duties.
unit secretary ward clerk.
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Grove's own battle for the secretaryship of the Royal Society was less triumphant.
Are the Lib Dems really going to do it for a "Pupil Premium" and the Chief Secretaryship of the Treasury?
That is because his speech ensured his selection by Unite's powerful Left section as candidate next year for the designate general secretaryship.
He had, as he puts it, considered his strengths and weaknesses and his interests and decided a golf club secretaryship, the area of sport, business and organisation, seemed interesting and challenging.
This amazing double-speak was written by Coates who was also the editor of the Annual Report, appears to reflect the reason he was appointed to the Secretaryship of the Extension Board and the WEAV: his views about the WEA were also one of conservative realism.
Ober, The Association Secretaryship (New York: Association Press, 1918), p.
The Players' chairman Sue Hunt is also calling it a day - and has said she is prepared to take over the secretaryship from Sheila Burdett, who is moving from Lapworth.
This was the final meeting under the secretaryship of Audrey Ogle (men) and Val Gill (women), who are both retiring from their post, and replacements are urgently needed for next season.
Tim Buck's elevation to the general secretaryship of the Party after its Sixth Annual Convention in June 1929 stemmed less from an outstanding record of achievement than from a lack of alternatives and, above all, from the favour in which he was viewed by the Communist International (Comintern), which had chosen him to ramrod the Class Against Class (or Third Period) line in Canada.
Throughout his secretaryship, North was a figure of stature in the international community of Baptists, and his ongoing commitment to ecumenism saw him serving the National Council of Churches in a range of capacities, notably as president 1959-60.
by making a success of that gruesome political job, the Irish secretaryship, he danced to his own tunes.
The dream became reality when he succeeded to the Secretaryship of the Smithsonian.