Charge d'Affaires

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Charge d'Affaires

An official at an embassy who is the head of mission in the absence of the ambassador. That is, a charge d'affaires may act as ambassador if the ambassador is temporarily out of the country, or if an ambassador is yet to be appointed.
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Paul, MO, USA) or a transparent dressing containing CHG and a hydrocolloid (Tegaderm CHG IV Securement Dressing; 3M).
In 2013, CHG grew by 14.5 percent in revenue and 18.7 percent in EBITDA, more than double its closest competitor.
The statement says the "inability of CHG's upper management to secure the necessary overtime volunteers for various jobs threatened CHG's ability to complete various projects linked to the Tank Farms Contract performance incentives."
The BeneHold CHG Transparent Film Dressing will be sold and marketed in the U.S.
CHG is a leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of premium plumbing and hardware products.
CHG chairman Bernard Norman said: "The growth of the two companies to date has been the result of the commitment and loyalty shown by all employees.
CHG: I never drove at that time, but I would have to go in and get meals for him when we were driving because Ernest was afraid somebody would recognize him.
The CHG use in NICU B and the lotion and glove use at both sites were provided through the materials management information system of the hospital.
CHG is an antimicrobial agent that kills a wide variety of microorganisms.
Industry sources said private health groups General Healthcare and Nuffield, a charitable organisation, might emerge with offers for CHG.
Among the speakers was John Wheeler Jr., editor of Citizen's Intelligence Digest, a publication of Citizens for Honest Government (CHG), a rabidly anti-Clinton organization based in Winchester, Calif.