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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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The CPS in conjunction with the Serious Fraud Office (SFO), the National Crime Agency (NCA) and The Public Prosecution Service for Northern Ireland (PPSNI) invites applications to join a panel of Office-holders who will act on a range of confiscation and civil recovery related matters across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Irresponsible and malicious allegations by an anchor of an electronic media is not only a serious attack on the person of Mr Fatemi, a high office-holder, but also this Ministry, which deals with the matters related to relations with foreign countries", the spokesman asserted.
A JCIO spokesman said: "The Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice were satisfied that the material did not include images of children or any other illegal content, but concluded that this was an inexcusable misuse of their judicial IT accounts and wholly unacceptable conduct for a judicial office-holder.
We are getting as close to employment rights and duties as we could while respecting office-holder status," he said.
It is disappointing--but not surprising--that, as a former office-holder, Finch has made no constructive suggestions.
Each chapter describe the means of coming to office and the role of the office, provide general information on such topics as military service, nationalities and religious affiliations, and present brief biographies for each office-holder, including birth and death dates, state of residence, political affiliation, periods of public service, and familial relationships to other American political figures.
The Senior Vice President, Anne-Maree Whitaker presented the fellowship, stating that Dr Jack had pioneered the study of Australian History, that he had served as a Councillor and Office-Holder of the Society for many years, and that he had, as an academic at Sydney University, taught and mentored many generations of students, many of whom were now Dr Jack's colleagues and friends.
But for comic relief, for the unerring instinct the office-holder, whoever he may be, possesses for making an ass of himself, for clownish turns on a tatterdemalion set, for jamming the cross-gartered foot down his own throat--all this is wonderful to behold.
They assume that you can pick out the budding professional office-holder by the artfully groomed hair and smile, by the carefully chosen pleasantries and by the well-planned career.
But any other basis for compensation, declared the office-holder who proposed the 1771 baseline, would be a `terrible burden for the Nation'; and it went through virtually unopposed within the Assembly at least.
She opposed military dictators and conflicts of interest of every paid or elected public office-holder, be they civil or uniformed, which is what the Quaid-i- Azam had publicly elaborated.
A messianic militarist, under our constitutional structure, is an unstable office-holder.
The third office-holder to retire, father-of-four Gordon Saye, retires as deacon after almost 33 years in the church.
To her credit, no city commissioners were on the list of those involved in the event to raise money for her office-holder account.
The visit would be the first by a Singapore political office-holder to Turkmenistan since diplomatic relations were established in 1996.