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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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'KNBS will provide the court with a list of supervisors and enumerators it recruited from areas purported to have hired public servants,' he said.
All the supervisees from the discipline of Education, who had recently completed their theses and their supervisors from the public universities of the Punjab (Pakistan), comprised the population of the study.
Consequently, the quality of this relationship is an important factor influencing supervisors' decision making and resource allocation.
Mohamad Ibrahim, an Emirati father of three girls studying in Grades 4, 5 and 7 in government schools, said he and his wife as well as other parents are worried that the school buses carrying their children don't have supervisors.
* Developing succession planning systems to identify and train new supervisors.
Speaking at orientation of election supervisors organised by the Independence Electoral Commission (IEC) in Maun on August 20, Batawana's Kgosi Charles Letsholathebe said elections were a sensitive issue requiring patience and botho.
A notification issued from the regulation wing of the finance department said that posts of the LHWs and account supervisors were being ungraded in light of the Supreme Court ruling.
TESDA will enforce the training for work scholarship program in support of the construction supervisor development program, while the PCA will help uplift the skills and capacity of the construction supervisors.
They viewed Confucian beliefs and values as negative factors affecting students' effective communication with supervisors. However, because we have found Chinese traditional values also to exert positive influences we argue that it is necessary not to view cultural factors in overly simplistic terms.
(5) Mullin's article on the subject of effective supervision highlighted that supervisors have two key areas of responsibility, which are clinical, and educational: (6)
Supervisors, on the other hand, are responsible for carrying out management of the team's operations and processes, the work of all individual direct reports, as well as technical work that only the supervisor can perform.

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