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one who imposes or favors absolute obedience to authority

Synonyms for martinet

someone who demands exact conformity to rules and forms

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In many other cases, I shave seen a business' cash flow mangled and sustain huge losses because a civil service martinet or banker decided to teach them a lesson and sit on the applicant's file -- or better still lose it altogether.
The International Martina Circle (IMC) was founded in 2005 and acquired legal entity in 2008; it is funded by membership dues and financial support from the Bohuslav Martinet Foundation.
Provider of fibre-based communications services Level 3 Communications Inc (Nasdaq:LVLT) has named Mark Martinet as chief information officer.
Summary: ABU DHABI - Most food critiques would argue that gastronomy has become an art form, but for chef Eric Martinet it is not quite the case.
Parte Romero de consideraciones generales sobre el lenguaje como instrumento de comunicacion basadas en lo expresado por dos estructuralistas franceses, Andre Martinet y Pierre Guiraud.
One moment a dominant and raucous martinet, another a cuddly comic.
An Overview of the Development of Studies in Strategy in Brazil Inspired by Hafsi and Martinet
Chef Martinet joins Abu Dhabi hotel Le Royal Meridien Abu Dhabi has announced the appointment of Eric Martinet as executive chef.
There are, however, some interesting ones by the Frenchman, Aaron Martinet.
Martinet has worked for Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters since 1995, now serving as president and chief executive officer.
Following regulatory approval, the new Cushman & Wakefield Board of directors will consist of Carlo Sant'Albano, Alessandro Potesta, Michael Bartolotta and Pierre Martinet, from IFIL, and Bruce Mosler, John Cushman and John Santora, from Cushman & Wakefield.
With her young students Doris Jones was strict, even something of a martinet.
Martinet, Andre 1962 A Functional View of Language.
Scandal broke after the publication of the memoirs of former spy Pierre Martinet, who claims that while working for Canal Plus, instead of trying to nab users of pirated decoders he was redeployed to snoop on employees.