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a person having administrative or managerial authority in an organization

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the party appointed by a probate court to distribute the estate of someone who dies without a will or without naming an executor

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someone who manages a government agency or department

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Peck: Just to make sure that readers understand, ACHCA is not just for nursing home administrators, is it?
That's not to say that cooling systems at hospitals, clinics and group practices everywhere aren't turned up high to dissipate the heat generated by daily frictions between medical staff and administrators.
Before 3,000 Palms were put in the hands of administrators and on-campus security guards and SROs last year, students who were suspects for some problem in school would be pulled out of class, brought to the main office and asked questions where administrators would try to "scare" them to get the truth, Livermore says.
To provide maximum control and reliability, storage administrators historically built SANs as completely isolated networks, in which each application or user group had its own physical SAN fabric.
In contrast, a report in 2003 by the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long Term Care Administrators (NAB) showed that 56.
Registered students who occupy a building would get a dialogue with administrators, but the school wouldn't shy from expulsion.
At public institutions including the University of Michigan, Michigan State, Penn State, the University of Oregon, and the University of Florida, graduate students have organized to grapple with administrators over contract issues such as healthcare and family benefits, and have seen varied results.
The Los Angeles Unified School District's inspector general has found instances of administrators falsifying grades and records so unqualified students can get high school diplomas, and he has threatened severe disciplinary action, including criminal prosecution for future violations, officials said Thursday.
State tax administrators and corporate America face the same challenge: how to do more with limited resources.
Law enforcement administrators know that they should plan for future events or assignments.
Seated in the glass-enclosed conference room of Kohl Center, Bennett spoke reflectively and convincingly on the relationship between himself and his administrators, past and present.
Few public officials are better paid--or less accountable--than school administrators
The Norton Administrator for Networks offers LAN administrators the convenience and cost savings of centralized management, installation, configuration and updating of a full range of end-user resources.
Currently, ERISA plan administrators can instruct independent accountants not to audit assets held in certain government regulated entities, such as banks.
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