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Word: executive

Definition: person having administrative authority; one branch of government executing laws; ADJ: relating to executing


Sentences Containing 'executive'

AAPT executive John Stuckey was appointed Chief Executive Officer in December 1996.
An Executive Committee is elected by the Council from its members.
Anne Marie La Traverse is a Canadian television executive.
Darren uses the same character model as the executive from the fourth episode.
Dennis Rapps is COLPA's Executive Director.
Each of these SBUs is headed by an Executive Director, Chief Executive Officer or a Chief Operating Officer.
ECOTRANS has been the executive body since 2005.
Executive Council of the Province of Canada
Executive power is exercised by the government.
From 1991-1998 Nelms served as an executive for MBNA.
He became a high executive in the financial sector and a member of the Regional Executive Committee of Andalusia.
He became Deputy Chief Executive in 1985 and Chief Executive in 1990.
He established the Special Operations Executive, and was later a member of the executive committee of the Political Warfare Executive.
He is a former member of the Executive Committee of FIFA.
He is also an engineer and business executive.
He is executive editor after being the magazine's editor previously.
He or she exercises the supreme executive power of the Commonwealth.
He remained an executive producer and a regular writer.
He served as the local chief executive until 2004.
He served in the province's Executive Council as a minister without portfolio.
He served on the Alabama Democratic Executive Committee from 1966-1972.
He was executive director of the NFL Alumni in 1991-92.
However, she remained credited as executive producer.
In 1845, elections for a chief executive were held.
In 1985, she married AT executive Frank Fiorina.
In the spring of 1956 the Executive was introduced.
It is managed by an elected executive council.
Joachimsthaler continues to teach executive classes.
Kirkby was installed as the group's executive officer.
Membership of the current Executive Committee is: References.
of which he was script coordinator and executive producer.
Riigikantselei () is an executive office of Republic of Estonia.
Section 5 of the Act provided for the setting up of a number of Executives within the BTC: the Railway Executive; the Docks and Inland Waterways Executive; the Road Transport Executive; and the London Transport Executive were to be created immediately, with the Hotels Executive to be set up at a later date.
Senator Garn is a former insurance executive.
She is also a member of its executive committee.
She is the founder and executive producer through Pink Sky Entertainment of "Flashpoint".
She was a trustee, and he was a member of the Executive Committee.
Steve Rubel is a public relations executive and professional blogger.
The burgomasters functioned as the executive of the city government.
The current Chief Executive is Javed Khan.
The Executive Council is the executive organ of the organisation and consists of 41 States Parties.
The executive Government of the Presidency was administered by the Governor.
The executive producer by Michel Esteban.
The Government of Malta () is the executive branch of Malta.
The Judiciary is independent of the executive and the legislature.
The two rule as the executive leaders of Jogjakarta.
They served as executive producers for the series.
Virginia Tech Montgomery Executive Airport
Westphal is currently the executive chairman of Verastem.
Whannell also served as an executive producer.

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