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PREFECT, French law. A chief officer invested with the superintendence of the administration of the laws in each department. Merl. Repert. h.t.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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GRAND WELCOME: School students, including junior school prefectorial body and tennis players, welcomed Mirza on her visit to the school.
timbre, mayoral and prefectorial signatures were required in order to
There are no discipline martials hounding the workforce; no prefectorial bodies overseeing the students activities; no supervisors forcefully implementing the rules and regulations in the labyrinthine corridors of this outwardly compact and mysterious edifice called TSA.
As part of the prefectorial council protocol, a surprise bag check should be done to confiscate unnecessary items brought to school.
In the altarpiece a prefectorial angel who has come to verify the stigmata half-turns from St Francis to peer at his open hand.
The villages are accessible only by pirogues or helicopter, and access is controlled by prefectorial authorization.
(38) Second, there is the tendency toward creeping "prefectorial administration" in Washington by presidential administrations, or the attempt to reify the hierarchy or pyramid.