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Word: interim

Definition: meantime; Ex. in the interim; ADJ. taking place during an interim; Ex. interim paper

Sentences Containing 'interim'

After Carson's retirement, his Deputy Secretary, David LaCerte, succeeded him as Interim Secretary.
After this short French interim all Slovene Lands were, once again, included in the Austrian Empire.
An interim board was appointed by the Hawaii Probate Court to run the estate.
As an interim mayor, David Duvall Orr has the shortest mayoral term.
As interim manager, the Rangers under Harrah went 32-44.
Brennan was formerly the interim director of the National Counterterrorism Center.
From 2008-09, Shiceka was the Minister of Provincial and Local Government under interim President Kgalema Motlanthe.
From February to March 1969, Rector served as the interim president of the Italian Mission of the church.
Hawke was elected as interim leader unopposed.
He also served as Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities for one year.
He also served as interim director of Texas A's Race and Ethnic Studies Institute.
He is currently the interim chairman of Sri Lanka Cricket.
He served as interim governor between August 15, 1968 and September 20 of the same year.
He was interim president of the Republic since February 17, 1936 until August 13, 1937.
He was replaced by assistant coach Todd Richards on an interim basis.
Hildebrand was succeeded by vice chairman and interim SNB head Thomas Jordan.
His interim replacement was Chilean General Eduardo Aldunate Hermann.
However, during a period during Cintron's post as mayor, Helvetia Nicole filled in as interim mayor.
In January 2011, the GCAA released an interim report.
In late 1987, Gaffney left and Eddie Gleason came on in the interim.
In the interim 9 Israelis had died, and al-Mughrabi was the 17th Palestinian victim.
In the interim, she portrayed frosty matriarch Emily Moore Matson on NBC's "Somerset" from 1972-73.
In the interim, whilst candidates were scarce, 'readers' were to be appointed.
In the interim, Ziggler's second rookie, Byron Saxton, was also voted off of "NXT".
Interim findings appeared in 2003, and final findings were released in 2011.
It was superseded by an interim design, Javelin, and later the greatly improved Starstreak missile.
Iyad Allawi was designated to lead the Iraqi interim authority.
Karnataka had all through maintained that the interim award was not 'scientific' and was inherently flawed.
Mir by KO in the first, becoming the new Interim Champion.
On July 26, 1984, Doe was elected President of the Interim National Assembly.
Only 24 guns arrived before the end of the war and rest during the Interim Peace.
Other emblems that are used for governmental purposes are the seals of the interim Prime Minister's office and the departments of the interim government.
Pat Kelly left as Director and Col. Kimbrell, assumed the interim Directorship.
Rev. Henry Nevin became Interim Pastor in March 1985.
Sarah McMahon was appointed Interim Head of School, effective August 1, 2010.
Since December 2010, Dr. Pat Knezek serves as interim director.
Soon, Flacius was prominent in the theological discussions of the time, opposing strenuously the "Augsburg Interim", and the compromise of Melanchthon known as the "Leipzig Interim".
Spencer thereafter was interim pastor in Andrews near Midland.
Such interim governments were established when King Oscar I of Sweden travelled abroad or was ill.
The current interim Chief of the Oakland Police Department Sean Whent, who replaced interim chief Anthony Toribio after only two days, following Howard Jordan's medical retirement.
The early 2000s saw the creation of fledgling interim federal administrations.
The four states presented their demands to the tribunal as under Interim award and the riots.
The government then relocated to Villa Somalia in the capital from its interim location in Baidoa.
The interim name of the school before the official merger was briefly Keysborough Springvale Secondary College.
The interim Prime Minister's office and departments of the interim government used a different seal. The main charge of this emblem is an outline map of Libya in the design of the Libyan flag.
The past presidents of the college are William Kadel (1958–1968), Billy Wireman (1968–1977), Jack Eckerd (1977, Interim President), Peter Armacost (1977–2000), and Eugene Hotchkiss (2000–2001, Interim President).
The tribunal had overlooked this crucial point when it gave the interim award and it had returned once again to haunt the situation.
These powers included the power to take over the control of dams in the event of the Interim Order not being honoured.
This includes interim training facilities for the Indian Coast Guard. Campus.
Upon his resignation and retirement, he was replaced by Interim Superintendent Terry Hillard, a predecessor.

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