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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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5: Monitor and Supervise. The fiduciary needs to monitor and supervise the investment process to control and account for investment expenses, monitor the activities of the prudent experts and avoid conflicts of interest and prohibited transactions.
If they supervise school counselors, they may be practicing outside their scope of competence, which would constitute a violation of ethical standards (ACA, 1995, Standard C.2.a.).
Paragraph 2 describes supervision by stating: "I agree to supervise [offender] in the presence of children, which means I will always maintain visual and auditory contact with him and any child(ren) he is having contact with.
The challenge for the SEC is to find a way to supervise the international securities activities of the financial holding companies.
A manager who reports to the vice president for clinical affairs of a tertiary care hospital hired a young woman to supervise development of a large community outreach program.
To include ethics and codes of ethics in the orientation process, supervisors must be familiar with the codes of ethics of the individuals they supervise, as well as their own code(s) of ethics.
The French prime minister, Pierre Moscovici, said that the ECB needs to supervise all banks to avoid a dual system of supervision.
Muscat, Feb 26 (ONA) - Sheikh Sa'ad bin Mohammed al Mardhouf al-Sa'adi, Commerce and Industry Minister has issued a decision to supervise the follow up of the replacement and dumping of expired gas cylinders.
"I told her that if both families are fine with the bride and the groom talking over the phone, then the woman has to be accompanied by her mother or a male guardian who can supervise the conversation." Arab News contacted the journalist who stood by her report.
Rutter will supervise all phases of the development process including pre-development planning, amenities packages, unit mix and layouts and pricing.
The court held that the representative stated a supervisory liability claim under the due process clause, noting that a supervisor may be held liable under [section] 1983 if a failure to properly supervise and train an employee causes a deprivation of constitutional rights.
citizens imprisoned indefinitely without charge as part of the war on terrorism will supervise civil administration" in newly liberated Iraq, reported the April 4th London Guardian.