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“Democrat Nick Rahall has represented West Virginia's 3rd Congressional district since 1977 and currently chairs the House Natural Resources Committee and serves as vice-chair of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.”
“Anita Mary Eileen Green, vice-chair, board of trustees, NSPCC, for serv children.”
“Kathleen McQuillan, formerly vice-chair, Parole Board for Scotland, for serv justice.”
“He and one of his TIIH co-founders, Aviad (Adi) Haramati, Ph.D., were the founding chair and vice-chair, respectively, of the Consortium of Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine (CAHCIM).”
“Deborah Johns, who was vice-chair of the Tea Party Express alongside Williams, said she quit the group in protest at his blog.”
“The vice-chair of the party's federal policy committee, Evan Harris, said he would table an amendment at the party conference asking members to vote to block Cameron's contemplation of barring individuals suspected of causing social unrest from Twitter and Facebook.”
“Both Lazaridis and Balsillie - two of RIM's three largest shareholders with more than 5% each - will remain board members, with Lazaridis keeping a particularly active role as vice-chair and head of a newly created innovation committee.”
“The source told Middle East Online that a number of Jurist Association members including its chairman, banned from writing in local newspapers, vice-chair and a board member were 'known Muslim Brotherhood members' and that the union members refused to keep them as representatives.”
“Harris, a vice-chair of the party's federal policy committee, said: "The extent of unhappiness on the Lib Dem backbenches, including the party president, Tim Farron, and the deputy leader, Simon Hughes, is a real encouragement to Baroness Shirley Williams and her cross-party colleagues in the Lords as they seek to make major changes to the bill.”
“We're all still here, said Candy Sheridan, vice-chair of the Gypsy Council.”
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