Recent Examples of overseer from the Web
State and federal overseers largely rely on the honor system.
The cremation project’s overseer, the government’s Fine Arts Department, was just as unhappy, and ordered the social media logos excised.
Overall, the state's utility overseers and energy analysts stated in various reports that the Michigan's two largest utilities — DTE Energy and Consumers Energy — did an admirable job of responding to the March windstorm and restoring power.
The Cook Inlet beluga population numbered around 1,300 in the 1970s but has dwindled to slightly more than 300 animals today, said Bob Shavelson of Cook Inletkeeper, the group that has been tracking belugas for federal overseers for a decade.
When Newman retired three years ago, ending his 25-year run with New York, Denbo took over part of Newman’s duties as the Yankees’ minor league overseer.
His peer, artist Glenn Kaino, who attended the gala with designer wife Corey Lynn Calter, recently joined the Hammer's board of overseers.
Investigators’ concerns center on a deal known as the Concorde Agreement that the federation signed in 2013 in its role as the overseer of Formula One.
Acting as enabler rather than overseer, the Getty has ensured a remarkable collaboration between institutions.
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