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registrar-general

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An officer who superintends a system of registration; specifically, in Great Britain, an officer appointed by the crown, under the great seal, to whom is intrusted, subject to such regulations as shall be made by a principal secretary of state, the general superintendence of the system of registration of births, deaths, and marriages.

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Examples

  • He should now let registrar-general Tobaiwa Mudede go.

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  • Court judge ordered the country's registrar-general to renew the passport of Trevor Ncube, the publisher of the Standard and the

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  • He went on to say that Zimbabwe's registrar-general was "200 percent pro-Mugabe and he has shown how dishonest he can be in elections in the past."

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  • The high court endorsed her argument and ordered registrar-general

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  • Judge Moses Chinhengo ordered the government chief elections organiser, registrar-general Tobaiwa Mudede, to ensure that the poll takes place on or before February 11.

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  • Tsvangirai, High Court judge Rita Makarau last Friday ordered the chief elections organiser, registrar-general, Tobaiwa Mudede, to ensure that voters exercise their vote from wherever they are inside the country.

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  • British descent, who have been turned away by registrar-general

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  • According to preliminary results, Mugabe had about 54 percent of the vote, while Tsvangirai had 40 percent, said Tobaiwa Mudede, the registrar-general of the state electoral directorate.

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  • He ordered registrar-general Tobaiwa Mudede to ensure that elections were held on December 28.

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  • Their offer was rebuffed by registrar-general Tobaiwa Mudede, the government official whose office is solely in charge of elections, although they were able to meet non-governmental organisations, the sources said.

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