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“Franciscan Sisters, and the two flourishing boarding schools of St. Catherine's at Santa Fé, in charge of the Sisters of the Blessed”
“Brooks had been in charge of News International's four — now three — British newspapers since 2007, following a four-year stint as editor of the market-leading daily tabloid, The Sun.”
“Back in L.A., as I return to my daily actor audition grind, even though I am vigilant in doing my predawn prostrations to the multiarmed dancing warrior, his bindied three-eyed elephant pal, and the talking blue monkey in charge of money, the psychic vision fades.”
“A new chief executive untainted by the U.K. problems, Tom Mockridge, was installed to replace Brooks at News International, the British arm of Rupert Murdoch's global News Corp. Mockridge, a 55-year-old New Zealander, joined News Corp. in 1991 and has been in charge of Sky Italia since 2003.”
“Industrial School for Boys in charge of the Xaverian Brothers at”
“Arzola was allegedly in charge of drug distribution in the state capital, Guadalajara, Mexico's second-largest city.”
“Nearly twenty years down the pike, by the early 1990s, Harley—after a residency at Yale and postdoc training at the National Institutes of Health—was in charge of the large-scale lab operation at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, where he had been working for eight years.”
“The seminary in charge of the Jesuits was the centre of ecclesiastical studies for all middle and northern South America.”
“Besides this, a priest was residing at Ajmere in charge of a small community of Eurasians and Goanese, and there were also stations for troops at Nasirabad, Neemuch, and Mhow, served by three military chaplains.”
“Under Shepard in the organization was Gus Grissom, in charge of the Gemini group, and Gordon Cooper, in charge of the Apollo group.”
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