from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a suffix signifying the head of a staff.
- n. From the king, or sovereign.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. indicating the head of a staff
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How many of you have written a #1 best selling book, been the Mayor of your home town, Been governor of your state, which includes being commander - in-chief of the state's national guard, negotiated multi-million dollar contracts with oil companies????????
Is the "weak-kneed" in-chief upset that the State of Arizona is doing what the federal government should be doing?
Now they just take the lead of our current commander - in-chief.
More smoke and mirrors by the socialist - in-chief.
And then it goes to California where the colorist will color it and then it goes back to New York to our office where the editor in-chief gets it worded in the balloons.
Clinton's ambition is unhealthy and dangerous for a President and commander - in-chief!
Her "commander - in-chief" credentials are zero, zilch, nada, nyet – get it?
Jennifer Gruskoff is the editor in-chief of Goodkin, www.
And when he gets to that point, the American people need to have confidence this man is the commander - in-chief and the protector-in-chief.
"Understand this: When I am commander - in-chief, there will be nowhere the terrorists can run, and nowhere they can hide."
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