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However, the certifier neglected to inspect a second implicated company, according to the USDA's overseer of certifiers.
Ben Sakrisson described Martins’ decision as part of an overall rethinking of public affairs strategy by the overseer of the war court, Convening Authority Harvey Rishikof.
As the overseer of so many media properties, he is sometimes compared to Anna Wintour, the artistic director of Condé Nast and longtime editor in chief of Vogue, who is famous for her intimidating, no-nonsense persona.
The madman is Richard Strickland (Michael Shannon), the new overseer of the institute, whom del Toro and Taylor depict as a bully from the start.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, the overseer of the state's electric grid, has approved expansion of a transmission line in Freeport, an industrial area with booming power demands and large chemical plants.
Part of my job is to be one of the creative overseers of the projects going on here.
The overseers of this chunk of money report to Open Society’s investment committee.
In the 1980s, when stones started falling from the facade, overseers wrapped its upper levels in scaffolding.
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