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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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Arizona senator Mr McCain was considering a vice-presidential announcement right after next week's Democratic convention, in a bid to diminish Mr Obama's post-convention glow as party delegates left Denver, Colorado.
Gore doesn't have a lot of great choices when it comes to vice-presidential picks.
In the vice-presidential race, Roxas, the teammate of Aquino, received a 70 per cent trust rating, with 10 per cent saying they had small or no trust for him.
Vice-presidential candidates and the home state advantage: Playing second banana at home and on the road.
November 22--Republican vice-presidential candidate Dick Cheney has a slight heart attack.
For other Democratic vice-presidential possibilities, see page 8 of this issue.
On the other side is vice-presidential nominee Jack Kemp, who continues to campaign heavily in California.
state chairman from 1984-86, was the party's vice-presidential nominee in 1980.
Senator Manuel "Mar" Roxas II, Aquino's running mate, has 73 per cent trust rating; and Loren Legarda, Villar's vice-presidential candidate, 63 per cent.
Roy Blunt (MO-7) praised Republican Vice-Presidential nominee, Secretary Dick Cheney for his performance during his debate with Democratic Vice-Presidential nominee Joe Lieberman.
Clay Mulford, Perot's son-in-law and one of his attorneys, said on CNN's ``Inside Politics'' that Perot had picked a vice-presidential candidate for his third-party ticket, and he believes the person has agreed to run.
Listening to the interview tape afterward, I discovered Quayle's answers were a nonstop string of banalities, even in light of his awkward position as a vice-presidential wannabe still waiting for the word from Bush.