bureaucrat


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Notice that the bureaucrat's problem is degenerate if q = 1.
Negoro assumed his current post in 1996 because the traditional practice of letting the FTC chairmanship mostly go to former Finance Ministry bureaucrats came under fire.
But the relief the resourceful visitor had for the bureaucrats far outweighed advice.
It has been alleged that Customs Director General Intelligence has been removed from his position following his refusal to follow directions of bureaucrats. Customs Director General Shaukat Ali has been appointed as Member Federal Board of Revenue (FBR).
The former bureaucrat said unemployment was pushing the youth towards other countries.
Indeed, a small but growing number of bureaucrats also have an MBA degree.
"She has been coming in early and staying late,'' said the IRS bureaucrat. "We've never seen anything like it.''
We should never have crossbred the bureaucrats. But, you said,
Every individual bureaucrat being interviewed was a primary unit of analysis and an individual case study.
When the Westerner finally visits our bureaucrat, he also encounters a villa and is surprised, asking how it was possible.
1.00 ERE ALFIE, 1.30 CARTIER OPERA, 2.00 BUREAUCRAT, 2.35 MIDNIGHT HAZE, 3.05 QUIDEO DE TOUZAINE, 3.35 THE JIGSAW MAN, 4.10 QUETZAL
In the land of the free, during the war to preserve a government "of the people, by the people and for the people," an unelected bureaucrat boasted of his power to arrest anyone, anywhere, anytime.
In My Grandmother, a strange and wonderful silent comedy made in Soviet Georgia in i929, this happens literally: As a "notorious idler and bureaucrat" cools his heels, everything around him slows to a crawl and finally freezes altogether.
(9) He observed that this system tended to displace the preferential treatment that former bureaucrats enjoyed under the Yoshida School, and he also noted that the LDP's former bureaucrat contingent was increasingly made up of people who left their ministries midcareer, rather than of the top-level bureaucrats who were the mainstays of early LDP cabinets.
(1) Peter Aucoin, "The Politics and Management of Restraint Budgeting," in Andre Blais and Stephane Dion, eds., The Budget-Maximizing Bureaucrat: Appraisal and Evidence (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1991), p.