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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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This came after he told a radio interview that aside from returning senators, who want to get back the committees they previously chaired, there are also incoming senators who want to get the chairmanships from incumbent senators.
Tan-de los Santos will replace her mother, incumbent Samar Rep.
The elected provincial board members in the first district were Diffun incumbent mayor Marlo S.
In District 127, incumbent Kathleen Conlon Wasik was the leading vote-getter with 1,133 votes, and newcomer Erin Westphal had the next highest total with 1,028 votes.
The Incumbent Protection Act, subsection 24.1-509(B), carves exceptions to this rule in favor of incumbents.
Zimmerman argues that the incumbents' survival strategy directly shapes the nature of their relationship with the U.S.
In the fifth general election, the incumbents as usual were rejected by the 'voters' as by that time the national coffers had been replenished and the load-shedding had been brought under control to an extent.
Incumbents for Kuala Kurau (Yunus Jamhari), Kuala Sepetang (Chua Yee Ling) and Simpang Pulai (Tan Kar Hing) will all defend their seats.
The elected incumbent candidates include Nima, 40, from Bumthang who has a Masters in human services counseling; Tempa Dorji, 50, from Lhuntse who has a Masters in electrical power engineering; and Jigme Wangchuk, 38, from Samdrup Jongkhar who has a Bachelors in education.
These readings are similar to voters' opinions just days before the 2014 midterm elections and remain among the worst for incumbents dating back to 1994.
The study also reveals data has become the established companies' most powerful asset with incumbent enterprises owning 80 percent of the world's data, which along with their employees they are using it to create new competitive advantages.
Several integrative frameworks explain the succession process in family firms (e.g., Le-Breton-Miller et al, 2004; Royer et al., 2008; Sharma et al., 2001); however, one aspect that is not well understood and needs investigation is the manner in which successor and incumbent personality congruence affects the succession process (Daspit et al., 2016; Long and Chrisman, 2014).