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Honcho

1. Informal for a CEO.

2. Informal for any senior officer or person in charge of an organization or department.
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Failings of BBC radio service A few weeks ago Radio Wales' Chief Honcho told us his station was, after thirty years of waiting, going to be broadcast on FM to large parts of the north east and mid Wales, the lack of FM coverage of large parts of Wales landmass and population having been a scandal for years.
TO FIND out how the other partnerships in the Hidden Honchos scheme got on, follow our coverage, continuing in next Tuesday's Liverpool Daily Post.
Julia Roberts, out on the town after the birth of her twins, gave DreamWorks honcho Jeffrey Katzenberg a big hug.
Trainer Paul Young has high hopes of this well bred son of Honchos Classic who has an outstanding opportunity of a clear run from trap six in this A4 contest.
Sullivan (Joel McCrea), is showing the honchos the type of serious film he'd like to do - ``a true canvas of the suffering of humanity.
The first heat offered little indication of the disasters to follow when second favourite Droopys Cherokee led home kennelmate and favourite Honchos Way in 28.