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  • Mr. Burns, 55, is president and chief executive of ficer of StartSampling Inc., a 10-year-old firm that helps consumer-product companies offer samples online.

    The Game Plan

  • Chief Financial O.ficer Thomas O. Staggs referred to a framework agreement for a park submitted to Beijing in a conference in June, saying, "We're waiting to see whether that gets approved and whether we can go forward, and we don't know as yet if and when that will come."

    Chinese Village Hopes for a Disney Windfall

  • Disney also approved a new five-year contract for Chief Financial O.ficer Thomas O. Staggs to April 1, 2013.

    Disney extends

  • Disney also approved a five-year contract for Chief Financial O.ficer Thomas O. Staggs, running through April 1, 2013.

    Iger's New Disney Contract

  • Of-ficer Ja-kob, says five at most nine,/people can't remember more than that at a time/....

    Alabama 3

  • At a sign from the search party's commanding of-ficer, the soldiers in front responded simultaneously.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • Completely contrary to Lord Milles's command, this of - ficer pulled an entire company of archers from the fray, so that we had no covering fire necessary for us to launch an attack upon Sanction's walls.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • "I'm a superior of - ficer, Captain Alt Mer, and I'm giving you a direct order!"

    Ilse Witch

  • Buys said once the contingency plans were in place and had been tested they had to be signed off by the chief executive of - ficer of each municipality.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • This was hardly the time or place to chide a fellow of-ficer for sacrilege, Essasu knew.

    The Howling Stones

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