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Synonyms for director

Synonyms for director

one who is highest in rank or authority

a person having administrative or managerial authority in an organization

something or someone that shows the way

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someone who controls resources and expenditures

member of a board of directors

someone who supervises the actors and directs the action in the production of a show

the person who directs the making of a film

the person who leads a musical group

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From him it will rise to the directors of the State company; then higher still to the directors of the national company; and finally, above all corporate leaders to the Federal Government itself.
In this I felt that the Board of Directors had paid a tribute to me.
The plain question before our Directors and ourselves appears to be this: Has the inquiry revealed any extraordinary circumstances which render the death of Lord Montbarry open to suspicion?
As soon as the play was over, the Director went to the kitchen, where a fine big lamb was slowly turning on the spit.
At any rate, I am rid of them for six months," retorted the director.
In short, it is quite certain that Rabourdin is to be director.
Baudoyer is appointed director and receives the cross of the Legion of honor--"
Here you are, director," said Monsieur Transon, rubbing his hands, "and the appointment is very flattering to this neighborhood.
Monsieur and Madame Baudoyer, senior, father and mother of the new director, were there to enjoy the glory of their son and daughter-in- law.
But, my lord, if there be no secret of penitence, will the director consent to my being here?
The "man of great merit," despite his desire to obtain the post of director, could not refrain from reminding Prince Vasili of his former opinion.
Trail (now my Lord Bishop of Ealing) on her ladyship's director, Father Mole, over their wine, and in pitting Oxford against St.
Sometimes he knew her and Father Mole, her director and companion; oftener he forgot her, as he had done wife, children, love, ambition, vanity.
Proponents of significant director holdings have long argued that the most effective way to get outside directors to vigorously represent the firm's owners is to make them owners themselves.
And of course, directors have been abusing the lessons learned from ``Psycho'' ever since.
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