- n. Plural form of commissioner.
“But they are allowed to remain commissioners until the President and Congress approve their replacements.”
“It should survive if trust in our elected commissioners is ever to be restored.”
“I have yet to meet anyone who believes the prime minister's obsession with bringing in directly elected police commissioners is a good idea.”
“Finally, the cabinet and president chose the commissioners from a shortlist.”
“Their combined use here, in the presence of commissioners from the industry and the national administration, suggests a willingness to ignore or suspend the rules for the sake of improvements bearing economic and artistic significance.”
“FDA COMMISSIONER: The turnover and the short - term commissioners in recent years has been scandalous.”
“For it means Roosevelt received the letter before–a month before–he called the commissioners in to see him one at a time, to hear each explain things in his own words.”
“The practicality of the commissioners is unmistakable at times, for example in omitting to suggest a $25.00 per day limitation on the deductible living costs of members of parliament.”
“Indeed, at the recent Canadian Tax Foundation Conference in Montreal, Mr. Harvey Perry, one of the commissioners, is reported as saying: One of the recommendations the Carter Commission nearly made, but didn't, is that one of the very earliest exercises in reviewing programmes should be in the area of social welfare.”
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