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chief

adjective Principal, main, see Chief complaint. noun
1. Chief of service, see there.
2. Chief of staff, see there.
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Around 5500 spectators turned out for last years event, at which Bad Girls actress, Simone Lahbib, served as chieftain.
The vehicle is based on the Chieftain premium cruiser.
Before the parade, the bands, the Chieftain with supporters, former Chieftains, Highland Games officials and representatives of other groups will be guests at the pre-parade reception with pies which are also provided by Bells.
The assets acquired from Chieftain included a wet and dry plant located on approximately 600 acres in New Auburn, Wisconsin.
The Chieftain was a familiar sight to him in his youth as she launched down the slipway into the harbour.
It is impossible that Lapu-Lapu led the Battle of Mactan because, based on the description of the survivors, the chieftain was very old, about 70 years old [at the time], he said.
Second semi (8.47): T1 Vatican Hermes 12-1, T2 Taylors Sky 10-11, T3 Ballymac Denis 7-2, T4 Alien Planet 9-2, T5 Boher Chieftain 10-1, T6 Fridays Daryl 7-1.
Chieftain Sand owns and operates two frac sand production plants in Wisconsin and Arkansas.
He will arrive at Barmouth on Sunday with The Chieftain for a dedication ceremony at the lifeboat house.
Since the acquisition, Chieftain has picked up number of large contracts, and is currently constructing a bio-ethanol plant near Hull for Vivergo Fuels, which is a partnership between British Sugar and DuPont.
Bill Taylor, chief executive, said: "Notwithstanding the considerable progress we have already made, this is an exciting time for Chieftain.