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Synonyms for incumbent

Synonyms for incumbent

the official who holds an office

lying or leaning on something else

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necessary (for someone) as a duty or responsibility

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currently holding an office

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THREE office-holders at a Cardiff church are retiring after almost 90 years' service between them.
The petitioner will stress upon the notion that all the office-holders of the Sindh government are creating hurdles in the way of peace in Karachi.
Candidates and office-holders don't need labels to identify their place on the political spectrum; they define their position with their every comment, action and vote.
He added: "Politicians, Government members and Oireachtas office-holders continue to receive salaries many times above the pay of the majority of workers.
Prohibit the national parties and their agents and officers, and federal office-holders, from raising and spending soft money to pay for the party nominating conventions.
Last week, they adopted a law that allows fines up to $5,000 for county office-holders who accept more than $1,000 per donor or any donations from registered lobbyists.
He describes the reforms and intervals as well as the careers of the office-holders, the ground-breaking Council of 1666-7 under Patriarch Nikon, the Orthodox schism, and changes in Orthodox life, teaching, liturgy, mysticism and religious education.
MOST main office-holders on the Labour opposition group on Coventry City Council have retained their positions.
There are 205 Green office-holders across the country, Cobb points out (though most of those are in nonpartisan local offices).
The retirement age for fee-paid part-time judicial office-holders, with the exception of recorders and deputy district judges, will be restored from 65 to 70.
Over the years top Republican office-holders have been asked to speak at NRB meetings, but President Bill Clinton was denied an invitation during the 1990s.
Sunday 12th & Monday 13th August Spent most of the two days at home, but travelled to London for Office-holders tomorrow morning.
other things being equal, voters, legislators, presidents, and other office-holders should follow the same standard for private individuals.
The curia tended to oppose both martyrs and charismatic office-holders and to favor clerical penitents, but the model purveyed to the laity was of a monasticized (not an inner-worldly) spirituality.
In 1771 he abolished the Paulette, the famous inheritance insurance tax imposed on most office-holders in 1604, and replaced it with a new 1 per cent annual levy, the centieme denier.