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Vice President

A senior manager in a corporation. While the duties of a vice president vary from company to company, the title often refers to the head of a department. For example, a company might have a vice president of operations, a vice president of human resources, and so forth. A vice president reports directly the president or CEO of a company.
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I don't see how or why they would try and get rid of the British vice-presidency, the IFAB and the things that come with it.
The unanimous decision of the board at the time was that the presidency and the vice-presidency should be decided on a rotational basis.
McBeth has been referred to FIFA's ethics commission and the British vice-presidency role he was due to occupy is now under threat from a lobby led by Warner, who hails from the Caribbean.
According to Leach, it was his thinking and the thinking of the majority of the Committee members that in an effort to strengthen the forces of the NAACP "an effort should be made to spread out and extend to other areas some of the places on the National Board, and, in as much as New York holds the largest majority of members on the Board and with no ideas to engage in any New York squabble or controversy" Judge Bolin was not re-nominated but was recommended and selected for a vice-presidency.
For that reason, the council should have followed the county board's example, stuck with the regular rotation of offices, and given the vice-presidency to Bettman.
Toni escaped from a predetermined history of family obligation and teenage pregnancy to become a social worker and Victoria, the dark-skinned daughter in a family of fair-skinned women, tries to use her white "trophy" husband and a vice-presidency at a bank to prove her worth.
Four Caribbean federations from the CONCACAF region, ironically the only block vote to back England in the recent 2006 World Cup vote, have proposed that the British representation should be abolished and the vice-presidency should revert to UEFA.
This $150,000 financing was clinched on January 15th with the vice-presidency Natural resources and consumption of the Solidarity Fund QFL.
Trefor Lloyd Hughes, who also accused the FA of reneging on a written agreement that would see Wales take over the British FIFA vice-presidency in May, said he is "livid" about the plans for the Olympics but does not think the Welsh FA can block the move.
ISPAT will hold the Vice-Presidency of the 164-member organization until 2015.
BRITAIN'S historic Fifa vice-presidency is set to be saved from threatened extinction after European football associations unanimously decided to back moves to retain the post.
There are also worries that European support of their separate status and the British FIFA vice-presidency has been eroded by the FA's decision to ignore the advice of UEFA members on Wednesday and press ahead with a call for the Blatter election to be postponed.