Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An administrator.

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Examples

  • Edwin A. Levine of Tallahassee, Florida has been serving as Deputy A.sistant A.ministrator of the Office of Environmental Information at EPA.since A.ril 2000.

    Levine Named Assistant Administrator For Epa

  • Mr. Edwin A. Levine, of Tallahassee, Florida, has served as Deputy A.sistant A.ministrator of the Office of Environmental Information at EPA.since A.ril 2000.

    Levine Named Assistant Administrator For Epa

  • The President today announced his intent to nominate Deidre A. Lee to serve as A.ministrator for Federal Procurement Policy in the Office of Management and Budget.

    Deidre Lee Named Administrator For Federal Procurement

  • Deidre A. Lee, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, has served as the A.sociate A.ministrator for Procurement at the National A.ronautics and Space A.ministration since March 1993.

    Deidre Lee Named Administrator For Federal Procurement

  • That which has traditionally been qualified as “natu - ral law” presents a collection of limitations of every sort left to the discretion of the legislator, of the ad - ministrator or of the judge, by drawing their attention to a collection of exigencies which they must respect in order that the law may fulfill its avowed function.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • A.ministrator Charles A. HA.ILTON (since 2002); note - both reside in the UK cabinet: NA.elections: none; the monarch is hereditary; commissioner and administrator appointed by the monarch

    The 2004 CIA World Factbook

  • A.ministrator Charles A. HA.ILTON (since 2002); note - both reside in the UK elections: none; the monarch is hereditary; commissioner and administrator appointed by the monarch cabinet: NA

    The 2004 CIA World Factbook

  • City A.ministrator Edward A. Barrett said in a prepared statement.

    Sun Journal

  • Bullard, who led Tuesday's meeting with EPA.Region 4 A.ting A.ministrator A. Stanley Meiburg, said his own studies have repeatedly shown that while environmental mishaps may occur throughout the country, they disproportionately occur in predominantly minority communities.

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  • Bullard, who led Tuesday's meeting with EPA.Region 4 A.ting A.ministrator A. Stanley Meiburg, said his own studies have repeatedly shown that while environmental mishaps may occur throughout the country, they disproportionately occur in predominantly minority communities.

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