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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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"It is incumbent upon us to ensure that the National Transitional Council is given every material and moral support to carry out its mission," said al-Attiyah before meeting with envoys from the United States, European nations and Turkey, which is hosting a major international conference on Libya on Thursday.
Acting chief executive of the FIC, Thompson Essel, said, 'It is incumbent upon banks to report 20 largest deposits to the Central Bank ...for the purposes of the Central Bank knowing the concentration of cash in certain sectors of the economy.'
978-1-59884-615-7.) Bottom line: While there is much here for the school library practitioner, it is incumbent upon the teacher-librarian to take what will work in their environment without it becoming overwhelmingly about the staff and not the students.
The reality of animal welfare here is challenging, hence it is incumbent upon all of us to do what we can on the front line, rather than carp and write silly letters, which don't help the animals out in the slightest.
He added that occupiers' presence in the region has substantially raised opium production, so it is incumbent upon all countries, especially the Interpol members, to mobilize all their facilities to seriously fight the problem of drug smuggling from Afghanistan to other countries.
In these times, it is incumbent upon us all to do what we can to help revive the market," said R.
Kambosos may be both competent and capable to perform her job, but it was incumbent upon her to obtain the necessary certifications, and incumbent upon the school administration to ensure she had done so.
So every one of these countries has a certain degree of seismic hazard, and looking forward, now that this earthquake [in Haiti on January 12] has highlighted so dramatically for us that there are these large risks, it's really incumbent upon everyone to make sure that earthquake safety policy is founded on a really good understanding that there is a seismic hazard and a good assessment about what that hazard is."--MICHAEL BLANPIED, USGS ASSOCIATE EARTHQUAKES HAZARD PROGRAM COORDINATOR, IN A PODCAST POSTED JANUARY 21
The miners' story is one of hardship, danger, loyalty and courage and it is incumbent upon mature members of society to inspire those who follow by ensuring a race apart is never forgotten.
It is incumbent upon the Office of Fair Trading to now examine other ways to ensure that banks look again at this issue.
" In the light of recent revelations from Gujarat in the case of Ishrat Jahan, we believe it is only appropriate, ethical, and legally incumbent upon the UPA government to re- open the Batla House encounter case." Meenakshi Singh, president JTSA, said, " Fake encounters routinely take place in this country.
I believe it is incumbent upon each of us to make significant changes in our lives to help ensure that we have a healthy planet to pass on to future generations.