Recent Examples of overseer from the Web
Jackson and Alliance members say that letting Fordham and St. Aloysius create these schools without review would violate state law the city and district fought for in 2012 to guarantee that charter overseers are committed to quality.
FTC Uncertainty The uncertainty leaves the FTC, one of the main U.S. antitrust overseers, without a permanent leader six months into the Trump administration.
Laity would play a key role in that effort as top overseer of energy and environmental rules.
Fittingly, a group from The Bushnell, where Schwartz is on the board of overseers, came out to cheer for him Saturday.
More than 99 percent of calls to Portland 911 are reported to overseers and the public as being answered within 20 seconds, when in fact, many cell phone calls took much longer, ombudsman Margie Sollinger found.
The district has such a coordinator listed on every page of its website, but Greg Wolleck, 66, a former principal and overseer of principals, works part-time.
The revolving door between government and law firms is decades old, as the newest political overseers arriving in Washington recruit their own legal hands for savvy counsel to prevent — or rescue them from — misdeeds or mistakes.
Long before a pipeline leaked volatile gas into a Firestone home that exploded, Colorado’s overseers of the oil and gas industry were warned such pipelines posed major risks.
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First Known Use of overseer
OVERSEER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of overseer for English Language Learners
: a person who watches and directs the work of other people in order to be sure that a job is done correctly
OVERSEER Defined for Kids
Definition of overseer for Students
: a person who supervises something
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