- n. Plural form of trustee.
“The most important function of school trustees is the development of policy.”
“Paterno recounted that he was passed a note at the door of his home by an assistant athletic director with the name of trustees vice chairman John Surma and a phone number.”
“At the end of the term the trustees will be able to sell the whisky back to Diageo.”
“Dartmouth Board of Trustees Chairman Ed Haldeman '70 released a statement on Friday outlining and defending the Board's reelection process for second-term trustees following recent controversy surrounding the Board's decision not to reelect Trustee Todd Zywicki' 88.”
“On Sept. 30 [New York’s new saltwater fishing license] ... requirement was temporarily nullified at the request of trustees from the Towns of Southampton, East Hampton, and Shelter Island.”
“On those occasions, the trustees were able to find a way to keep the school going.”
“The trustees are the legal owners of assets held in the trust.”
“The trustees are the secretaries of labor, Treasury and health and human services, as well as the commissioner of Social Security.”
“This is via the notion of trustees, to whom justifications of proposed principles can be offered, on behalf of the animals they represent.”
“CARPENTER: Inmates who obey the rules are called trustees, like Glen Byers, who gets to pass time on work detail.”
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