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  • n. A selectman or selectwoman.


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select +‎ person


  • These statutes would in turn be distributed to every office employee of the Secretary of State, to every city and town clerk and selectperson, to the state police, and to every other person involved in said chain of custody.

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  • This might also be the best way for Donnelly's key backers; selectperson Diane Mahon and George Laite to recoup their losses, if they can't retain a state senate seat maybe they can do some business in the general court.

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  • It is also interesting to note that other than Worcester Mayor Tim Murray the only other elected official in this race is Deb Goldberg a selectperson from Brookline.

    The Chimes at Midnight

  • Goldberg on the other hand is well spoken and smart, but she is a selectperson in Brookline which is way down in the political minor leagues.

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  • "I believe my work as a business manager has given me the experience necessary to serve in the role of selectperson," Holland said.

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  • About a dozen business owners, firefighters, neighbors and town officials came together this week to make snow for two-and-a-half miles of in-town snowmobile trails, said Pete Dostie, who co-owns Hawk's Nest Lodge with Sarah Thrasher, a selectperson.

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