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a person having administrative or managerial authority in an organization

of, for, or relating to administration or administrators

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It was created by Michael Crichton and executively produced by Steven Spielberg.
In line with the hypothesis, we found that performance on the more executively demanding tasks, phonological fluency and free recall, was significantly lower in patients than controls--in contrast to the less executively demanding tasks, category fluency and category cued recall, in which no differences between patients and controls were apparent.
This practice, which was known colloquially as "bench parole," was criticized by prison officials and others who believed it constituted a judicial interference with the release power of executively controlled parole boards.
Executively, Obama's policies in Iraq are the same ones he inherited from Bush, knowing that it was the previous administration that laid the bases for withdrawal from the cities and that the Commander of military operations in Iraq, General David Petraeus, is the same man who led the troops under Bush.
The album was recorded in LA by Gustavo Farias (Farias Productions) and executively produced by Luis Medina and Albert Hagar, who have both worked with the best in the Latino music business, including Enrique Iglesias, Thalia, Ricky Martin and many moreC* In addition, musicians who have played the live instruments in this album have also played on Madonna's previous albums.
Moving On was executively produced by the Bafta and Emmy award winner and producer, Colin McKeown.
AND that all Persons who also profess to believe in Jesus Christ, the Saviour of the World, shall be capable (notwithstanding their other Persuasions and Practices in Point of Conscience and Religion) to serve this Government in any Capacity, both legislatively and executively .
This is the singersongwriter's fifth album and it has been executively produced by The Pet Shop Boys' Neil Tennant.
Rather, the public acts only by aligning itself as the partisan of someone in a position to act executively, once he has given the matter at hand sober and disinterested thought.
He leaned back executively in his leather chair, lacing his fingers together.
the music industry; a man who was arguably one of the most important figures in shaping the lives of many artists and who touched all those who are today one of the most significant figures in the Latin world, both musically and executively.
election, it did so executively rather than through the regulation on
49) Individual monument size has varied from less than one acre to almost eleven million acres, and almost half of all executively created monuments were initially five thousand acres or more in size.
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