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  • n. Plural form of chairperson.


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  • Successful campaigns like equal pay for equal work, pension rights, the right to have a mortgage or even a loan or rental agreement without a man as guarantor, equality of opportunity for jobs, education and health, are totally forgotten in the nonsense of 'chairpeople', 'personhole covers' and 'hers' instead of 'hymns'.

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  • 'chairpeople', 'personhole covers' and 'hers' instead of 'hymns'.

    Army Rumour Service

  • "I remember I was kicking and screaming because of the location and our chairpeople were pushing for it," he recalled.

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  • Kourouma says it is equal now that Conde and Diallo both have deputy chairpeople.

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  • Because they both had access to the intelligence as chairpeople of the intelligence committee!

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  • Ali Karim at the Rap Sheet provides some excerpts from a Yorkshire Post article in which Sue Freeman questions the chairpeople of the upcoming Harrogate festival why they think crime fiction is so popular.

    January 2008

  • The only hope we had was to change the rules of the senate so the lieutenant governor could not appoint the members of the various committees or the chairpeople of those committees.

    Heart of a Patriot

  • The chairpeople of the administration strategy review –former CIA official Bruce Riedel, Special Envoy Richard Holbrooke and Undersecretary of Defense Michele Flournoy — addressed that question in a press briefing today.

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  • Old leaders were displaced, the more contentious sorts like Ms. Gilbert among them; new chairpeople were installed by the corporate white shirts in Dallas.

    The Second Coming

  • But when a hawkish majority among the chairpeople pushed him too hard at a second meeting the next day, he backed down.

    The Second Coming


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