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Synonyms for chairman

the officer who presides at the meetings of an organization

act or preside as chair, as of an academic department in a university

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Concluding Slovakias Chairmanship of the OSCE Forum for Security Co-operation (FSC) in Vienna today, the countrys Permanent Representative to the OSCE and Chairperson of the Forum Ambassador Radomr Boh?
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Aquino was also removed as chair of the committee on education but he keeps the chairmanship of the committee on science and technology.
Yet assuming Republicans maintain their hold on the House, 2019 will bring to an end the chairmanships of Hensarling, McCaul, and U.
Also, we suspect that parties are under pressure from their members to stake a claim in the distribution of the SGO seats and chairmanships.
The Iranian chairmanship has drawn reactions ranging from anger to laughter.
ISLAMABAD -- Race for chairmanship of lucrative and influential Senate Standing Committees among collation partners likely to be next week.
The team of the Permanent Mission in Vienna is going to realize the chairmanship through regular consultations and close cooperation on military and security affairs, negotiations for building new and promoting extant measures of confidence and security, further reduction of risks of conflicts and implementation of the negotiated measures by the member states.
The Iraqi Parliament had held its session today (Tuesday), under chairmanship of its Speaker, Usama al-Nujeify, his two Deputy Speakers and 240 Parliament Members.
His Excellency delivered a keynote lecture on the French G-20 Chairmanship at the Sheraton Sofia Hotel Balkan organized by the Atlantic Club in Bulgaria; the lecture was one of Autie's first major public appearances since he took over the position recently.
LABOUR MPs last night expressed anger after learning that the Conservatives plan to take the chairmanship of the key Welsh Affairs Committee.
How a member state has to prepare for its chairmanship with the decision-making organ of this organization and what range of issues should it take into account?
Padilla was named a member of the Senate Rules Committee -- considered the most powerful because of its role in assigning legislation -- but he was shut out of any committee chairmanships.
Smith, the New Hampshire Republican who recently left the party because it wasn't conservative enough, and then returned when thoughts of committee chairmanships began to dance in his head, or by Sen.
They pointed in particular to decisions to drop Couns Carl Rice (Ladywood) and Martin Brooks (Bartley Green) from the chairmanships of the NEC/ICC and leisure services committees respectively.