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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A principal executive officer, as in certain political parties or governmental bodies such as the United Nations.

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  • n. Alternative spelling of Secretary General.


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  • - Chen Tyau-her, secretary-general of the East Asian Relations Commission Taiwan expressed its concerns to Japan over Tokyo's proposal to search for undersea resources near the Diaoyutai (釣魚台) islands after it learned of the plan from Kyodo News Agency, said Chen Tyau-her (陳調和), ­secretary-general of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs 'East Asian Relations Commission.

    Taipei Times

  • Three years earlier, the generalissimo’s wife had taken on the title of secretary-general of the Chinese air force.

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  • Davutoglu said he had spoken with counterparts in Brazil, Germany and the United States concerning the situation in Syria, and planned to call the secretary-general of the Arab League.

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  • A few days later U.N. secretary-general Kurt Waldheim agreed to organize a second conference on the refugee crisis, in Geneva in July.

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  • OPEC's secretary-general brushed aside fears of a repeat of the 2008 oil-price spike, saying the group now has more spare capacity.

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  • OPEC's secretary-general brushed aside fears of a repeat of the 2008 oil-price spike, saying group now has more spare capacity that it could quickly start pumping if the need arises.

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  • The former secretary-general of the United Nations, Kurt Waldheim, was running for president.

    Lunch With the Holy Roman Emperor

  • On Wednesday, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO's secretary-general, said the alliance had damaged or destroyed more than 2,700 military targets since its campaign began.

    Libya: NATO intensifying bombing to aid rebel push

  • "Nothing will change by replacing one corporate bureaucrat with another," said Hisao Oku , secretary-general of Japan Association for Individual Investors and a Tepco investor.

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  • He has served as an international security adviser to the United Nations secretary-general and as a Wayland Fellow at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University.

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