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Incumbent

Any officer in a company, especially a large corporation. Incumbents include the CEO, managing director, and members of the board of directors. Corporations usually must provide an incumbency certificate, which lists the names and positions of the corporation's officers, on demand of any member of the public.
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Then (and this is important), they should be willing to work with other office-holders who have other perspectives to serve the common good.
Monday 20th August Travelled to London at midday for the following morning's Office-holders.
The proposal was voted down as entailing a colossal breach of faith likely to ram that majority of former office-holders who were still unliquidated, counter-revolutionary.
Current and future office-holders as well could learn from vicarious--which is to say historical--experience.
Also at the AGM, the society elected its office-holders for 2013.
The 22-member team, made up of the most senior serving and former office-holders in the country, will advise the President on whether a law is constitutional.
They help elect a candidate who vows to respect their interests, only to see the new office-holders develop amnesia as they are inundated by special-interest pleaders.
Assessor Jim Gangle and Florence Justice of the Peace Cindy Cable - both of them longtime office-holders - are running unopposed for re-election.
AU also asserts that the guides list only six or seven issues -- even though would-be office-holders are queried on dozens of issues -- so that the most inflammatory ones can be highlighted in an effort to make Republican candidates look good and Democratic candidates look bad.
It is divided into fourteen sections: political chronologies, the monarchy, ministries and office-holders, Parliament, elections and parliamentary reform, foreign affairs and empire, military and naval, law and order, religion, financial and economic, social and cultural, biographies, glossary, select bibliography and maps.
The party had 100,000 members, and 1,200 office-holders in 340 municipalities.