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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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It's incumbent upon us to do as much as we can to translate that into something that would [benefit] the public health," he says.
The comments which follow are addressed to those working within liberal arts colleges--especially private, church-related institutions, I'll not try to discuss various types of service-learning programs or opportunities, but rather to suggest why it is incumbent upon institutions to think seriously about the role of service in their curriculum and culture.
It's incumbent upon you to find out how to best shape the policy lessons you will surely incur.
So it was incumbent upon me to believe that the sinister steel spider suspended over my head as I walked into the great hall of London's brand new Tate Modern was indeed a work of art.
It's incumbent upon facilities to make sure they know how good any support surface is," says Dr.
It is incumbent upon the community to spend more time studying the proposal and coming back to Congress with more detail.
It is incumbent upon dance companies to help fill this void.
Nonetheless, he said, it was incumbent upon us to persist in our efforts to help these children, because it was our responsibility to do so.
It is incumbent upon police administrators to ensure that their officers and their departments have the tools at hand to cope with such critical incidents.
However, it will not be incumbent upon any chapter to deliver those programs.
In the last few years it's been incumbent upon female singers even one step away from punk to expose themselves if they want serious sales action.
It is incumbent upon practitioners to more thoroughly assess and substantiate the practices and applications of technologies that they promote and apply.