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commissioner

An officer charged with the administration of laws or regulations pertaining to a particular subject matter, such as a real estate commissioner. A directory may be found at the Web site of the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO) at www.arello.com.

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But, unfortunately all of us tend to view a politics as the only way of survival, whereas you find almost a quarter of state youth aspiring for scarce constitutional posts such as commissionership and state ministerial positions," he added.
Bernard Attard, 'Andrew Fisher, the High Commissionership and the Collapse of Labor', Labour History, no.
The shortlisting brings to an end the police commissionership hopes of Newcastle councillor Sue Pearson, as well as Gateshead housing boss Paul Tinnion and former North Tyneside elected mayor John Harrison.
I have no problem and I'm happy that my colleague Mr McCreevy got a worthwhile commissionership.
Pete Rozelle's commissionership (1960-89): Chosen by league owners on the 23rd ballot, the young Rams GM would lead the NFL through the decades in which pro football grew to America's most popular sport and the Super Bowl became a national quasi-holiday.
For instance, some of the teachers were arrested and detained for a very long time without charges last year (2012) on the ground that they had criticized the commissioner for his weak and corrupt policies and also some had shown interests in standing for commissionership.
High Commissionership for Refugees said it was starting to prepare for an influx of as many as 30,000 new refugees before the end of the year due to the escalating conflict in Sudan's Blue Nile and South Kordofan.
IN THE RUNNING Former MP Vera Baird has put her hat in the ring for the commissionership
Mr McCreevy, who will take up Ireland's European Commissionership in September, said he was under no pressure to move to Brussels.
He went on saying that "the decision of extradition is a blatant violation of Tunisia's international and UN commitments especially as the UN high commissionership for refugees had asked Tunisian authorities not to handover Mahmoudi until a ruling is made on his asylum request in compliance with the Geneva convention of 1951".

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