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  • n. Plural form of superintendent.


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  • American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten said the revolving door of superintendents is demoralizing.

    New chief seeks to fix D.C. schools where others failed

  • "Superintendents were considered kings when they ran these hospitals -- they called the superintendents 'wives the first ladies," she says.

    Chicago Reader

  • Most school districts serving poverty students ricochet from one priority to the next as short-term superintendents pass through them. - A Leading Global News Source

  • It happened that soon after the election of the three superintendents, that is, in 1853, Bishop Galbreth died, leaving two bishops in the field.

    The History of the Negro Church

  • Then Hauke called the superintendents together beside his horse: “To-morrow morning at four o’clock, ” he said, “everybody is to be in his place; the moon will still be shining, then we’ll finish with God’s blessing.

    Paras. 500–599

  • The several districts of Scotland were to be under the spiritual charge of officials known as superintendents, until such time as ministers were forthcoming for each parish; and there was provision for a comprehensive scheme of national education, elementary, secondary, and university.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • In particular, a false berth-to-berth passage plan for the day of the crash was created after the incident at the direction of shore-side supervisors known as superintendents and with the knowledge of the ship's master.

    USDOJ: Justice News

  • But Assembly Speaker Barbara Buckley and her aide-de-camp, Debbie Smith, have called the superintendents of Clark and Washoe to point out the trap doors inherent in an early special session - possible loss of more education funding,

    Las Vegas Sun Stories: All Sun Headlines

  • Resolved, that the committee on military affairs be instructed to enquire into the expediency of exempting from military duty all employees of the several telegraph companies, such as superintendents, operators, line repairers and battery keepers.

    Journal of the House of Delegates of the State of Virginia, for the Extra Session, 1861.

  • Arrian, _Indica_, chap. 12: 'The sixth class consists of those called "superintendents".

    Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official


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