“The executive committee at Hubbard, White — it was called a steering committee then — was ecstatic.”
“Simms and the other young man were on the executive committee of Hubbard, White Burdick had rallied hard to keep them off but Clayton had maneuvered their elections through, though Burdick had retained control.”
“The executive committee was composed of Professors Hooper, Phillips and Mitchell.”
“It's a very interesting thing, and I was on the Cattle Club executive committee for years.”
“That had been on a Sunday afternoon and two days later Burdick had presented to the executive committee of the firm his first signed retainer agreement — with the huge St Agnes Hospital complex in Manhattan.”
“Donald Burdick, the man pinning the sheet to the table, had been the head of the firm's executive committee for the past eight years.”
“Finance (congresso economico), which met as an executive committee for the transaction of thc most important ordinary business with which the General Congregation was entrusted.”
“Clayton managed to insert into the discussion a comment on Sullivan & Perelli's income cap on the executive committee partners.”
“She had been deeply interested in securing a fund of $50,000 to enable women to enter Rochester University, and, one morning, just after we had held a session of our executive committee in her Rochester home, she read a newspaper announcement to the effect that at four o'clock that afternoon the opportunity to admit women to the university would expire, as the full fifty thousand dollars had not been raised.”
“It was Mark Hanna himself who founded the National Civic Federation, upon whose executive committee Catholic cardinals and archbishops might work hand in glove with Catholic labor-leaders for the chloroforming of the American working-class.”
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