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PRESIDENT. An officer of a company who is to direct the manner in which business is to be transacted. From the decision of the president there is an appeal to the body over which he presides.

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State President Quang said that in the era of industrialization, modernization, and international integration, the country is facing risks of environmental pollution, disease transmission, and other challenges in health care.
Police had registered a case against BJP former state president, V.
Haryana BJP state president Subhash Barala's son Vikas was on Saturday arrested on charges of stalking and harassing a woman in Chandigarh.
Most recently, Nelson has worked as state president and chief operating officer in the state's Medicaid, Medicaid Expansion and LaCHIP programmes at Amerigroup Louisiana.
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We want to thank Teresa for her work as state president and we look forward to working with her upon her return to Devine Millimet?
Aaron Van Allen, DECA state president, said, "It was great to see so many people involved in CTE, and to also see that the governor of Virginia recognizes that CTE is a vital part of the educational system today.
Bishop State President James Lowe says he's glad it was settled, declining further comment.
State president will keep the District Councilor informed if there are any issues that are detrimental to the state society or AMT.
Ohio State President Holbrook's solution to the education dilemma ("Thought Leader," March 2006) simply will not work.
As state president, focused on education reform, HAVA implementation, women's health and alternatives to incarceration.
AARP State President Jacki Antee said there's a real need for a rating system.

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