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chairman

 
1. Chairperson, see there.
2. Chief of staff, see there.
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"Madam," said the Superb High Chairman, "we have no objection to visitors if they will pledge themselves not to publish anything they hear.
The chairman was on his feet flapping both his hands and bleating excitedly.
They were too earnest to be always polite, and more than once the chairman rapped and pounded for order.
Metrov introduced Levin to the chairman, with whom he was talking of the political news.
When this was over, the chairman gave a sentiment, after which, the professional gentleman on the chairman's right and left volunteered a duet, and sang it, with great applause.
"Your time will come, Brother," said the chairman. "We have marked you down as a willing man, and we believe that you will do good work in these parts.
But suddenly he stood up again, and Jurgis heard the chairman of the meeting saying that the speaker would now answer any questions which the audience might care to put to him.
With that, the chairman shook him frankly by the hand, and sat down again.
The chairman was still standing at the front, the twins at his side.
The chairman sat in the centre of the line, and the vice-president at the right-hand end of it.
Carey replied that the devil could quote scripture to his purpose, himself had sole authority over the Mission Hall, and if he were not asked to be chairman he would refuse the use of it for a political meeting.
There is the Chairman, travelling three thousand miles per week.