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commissioner

An officer charged with the administration of laws or regulations pertaining to a particular subject matter, such as a real estate commissioner. A directory may be found at the Web site of the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO) at www.arello.com.

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His first choice for the commissionership, however, had been Frick, whose devotion to the color line was uncertain.
135) Instead of offering the commissionership to an outside and independent person, the owners selected Milwaukee Brewers owner Bud Selig as "temporary" commissioner, who promised to serve as interim Commissioner until the start of the new collective bargaining agreement with the MLBPA.
During the 1928 election, Sells had bolted from Democratic candidate Alfred Smith and, along with thousands of other "Hoover Democrats," provided the Republican ticket with stunning electoral victories in the formerly "Solid South" As a reward, Hoover considered offering the commissionership to Sells--a position that the Texas Democrat was eager to reclaim.
23) We summarize it here to make the following point: Bratton approached his commissionership in New York City with a clear plan.
The relationship between Charles Arden-Clarke and Tshekedi Khama was pivotal,(24) and had healed the wounds that had marred relations between the chiefs and the British under the Resident Commissionership of Charles Rey.
Sallee left the commissionership in 1986, Alexander's last year as governor, to help launch Corporate Child Care Inc.
This may be due in part to the fact that Smith added the consumer ideas to the third edition of The Wealth of Nations in 1784, after he had been appointed to the Commissionership of Customs and also in part to the fact that while he conceptualized "consumption," in the 1770s and 1780s, the notion of "consumers" was not easy to differentiate from the apprentices, laborers, farmers, and others of the "common" class.
This was the beginning of an official career that would lead to the High Commissionership.
David Goldstein, president of the Tax Commission and one of the six commissioners have not been reappointed, and there is also another vacant commissionership, the City Comptroller's report notes.
Under the proactive Commissionership of Peter Sutherland the incidence of Community involvement in merger proposals increased substantially, and Sir Leon Brittan has inherited with that portfolio proposals for a Community mergers directive, which would transfer scrutiny of most large mergers and those involving companies trading in several Community countries from national governments to Brussels.
During the Commissionership of Geoffrey Moore (1969-73), a new and innovative approach was established for s analysis of wage developments with publication of the BLS Employment Cost Index (ECI).
I have long considered the commissionership as a top career aspiration and am thrilled about the opportunity to work with the some of the most extraordinary athletes and golf professionals in the world to continue the organization's upward momentum.

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