- n. alternative spelling of vice president.
“The real leader of the corporation was Doc Durant, who took the title of vice-president, with Henry Poor as secretary.”
“Buono will stay on as general manager and has also been given the title of vice-president of football operations.”
“Jacques Barrot, the European Commission vice-president in charge of justice, freedom and security, said earlier this week that he would ask EU countries to adopt retaliatory measures against Canada if it does not move to lift visa restrictions on Czech citizens by the end of the year.”
“Hans Tietmeyer made the same move in the 1990s, albeit with the crucial distinction of first becoming vice-president, and only becoming president after an interval of more than two years.”
“Among my top five all-time labor practitioners, George Cohen would be on the list," said Rob Manfred, baseball's executive vice-president of labor relations.”
“German media reports had suggested Ms. Merkel had been preparing to make Mr. Weidmann the Bundesbank's vice-president later this year, when Franz-Christoph Zeitler's contract expires.”
“Slowing down the process was disagreement over what was wind damage and what was water damage, says Susan Voss, vice-president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.”
“Siim Kallas, a European commission vice-president, who is also the organisation's transport commissioner, said he was concerned about the growing practice of airlines offering attractive, affordable, "headline prices" for flights that are then subject to baggage charges, credit and debit card fees, and airport check-in fees.”
“These are the guys that built the company," said Bruce Murray, executive vice-president and managing director of McLean Budden Ltd., a Toronto investment-management company and RIM's largest shareholder as of March 31, according to FactSet.”
“Our goal is to continue to help our nonprofits raise money by encouraging their dining members to visit Celebrated Chefs restaurants whenever they are planning a night out," said Katherine Kehril, Celebrated Chefs' vice-president of marketing and operations.”
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