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a person who holds a position auxiliary to another and assumes some of the superior's responsibilities

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an officer who acts as military assistant to a more senior officer

someone who acts as assistant

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The CMA will contribute a flat rate to the cost of secondees.
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Previously, in a statement issued May 28, 2014, the CMA said "Canadian physicians were very gratified" when Canada's federal parliament passed Palliative Care Motion 456 calling for a national palliative care strategy.
Wiley is pleased to support the CMA as part of our interest in growing the awareness of management accounting as a leading career in business," said David Pugh, vice president and publisher, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
CMA operates 14 offices around the world with centralized offices in Sao Paulo, Madrid and New York.
I chose the CMA program because it offers vision, leadership and strategies to make a difference in any business," says Mahajan.
have entered into an agreement to work closely together on a first-ever CMA special section and the 2008 National Cabinet Conference.
CMA Canada held a special awards dinner for those candidates who completed the pilot CMA-CPFA dual-designation program in March 2006.
THE Country Music Association hosted an International Reception in honour of the CMA Global Artist Party, which served as the unofficial kick-off to the activities surrounding 2006 CMA Music Festival.
Paul Adams, CMA's managing director says, "Riverside Metal Industries represents an ideal opportunity for CMA to expand its operations in the Australian scrap metal industry, including the value-add services of ingot manufacturing.
Up and down the state, hospitals reported $325 million in emergency room losses, according to the CMA, which looked at numbers the hospitals reported to the state for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2000 - the most recent year analyzed.
CMA says that 1999 will be viewed as the year that the vinyls industry went through an irrevocable crossroads.
Then CMA President, Robert Reid, MD, said, "It is with great regret that we join this suit.
The project used fermented cheese whey to produce acetic acid which, in turn, reacted with lime to produce CMA.