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SUPERVISOR. An overseer; a surveyor.
     2. There are officers who bear this name whose duty it is to take care of the highways.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Receiving feedback on writing thus constituted his main and very successful interaction with his supervisor:
After hearing the news police bosses and the district government officials rushed to Kahuta to trace out the missing supervisor .
If the trainee is working in a practice where only one supervisor is present, this supervisor must have been registered with the GOC for a minimum of three continuous years prior to the trainee's start date.
Supervisors are expected to deliver team results, as required by their stakeholders.
If, however, we can help the supervisor perceive that each party holds a unique view of how something should get done at work, and that those ideas are merely out of alignment, then the supervisor can be empowered to have a stimulating and lively debate with the employee about bringing those ideas closer together.
When the duties of the supervisor are undertaken by a parent, they supervise their children's education in addition to numerous other roles and responsibilities in their life, with these influencing their approach to the role (Green, 2006; Lee & Wilks, 2007; Tynan & O'Neill, 2007).
If a monitor and supervisor of any project is stopped from working so how can a project could be run smoothly," Aneel Javed, a supervisor from Narowal explained while talking to this news agency
Sometimes traveling takes too much time, and the time of meeting with supervisor is affected".
"It is just unacceptable to have a school bus without a supervisor, particularly if there are girl students in it."
Overall, researchers found that it is possible to change the principal supervisor role, but that districts will need to focus on better defining instructional leadership, balancing the time spent in the central office and in schools, and developing greater capacity to train current and potential supervisors.
Mamondiong said that the primary goal of the partnership is to create qualified, globally competitive, and job-ready construction supervisors and assistant construction supervisors needed by the construction industry.

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