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  • n. A person who takes on the responsibilities of a chairman in his absence

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  • n. one ranking below or serving in the place of a chairman


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  • Unfinished projects like the steel mill and the Aceh petrochemical plant were taken out of the control of Pertamina and put in the hands of J. B. Sumarlin, minister of state for administrative reform and vice chairman of BAPPENAS, the national planning agency.

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  • When the vice chairman asked how those funds would be replaced, Rhoney could only repeat the hope that the business would grow.


  • The sellers were represented by Darcy Stacom , vice chairman of CB Richard Ellis.

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  • FRIEDMAN, vice chairman of the Motion Picture Group and COO of Paramount Pictures in Hollywood, where he is responsible for worldwide marketing and distribution of both theatrical feature films and home entertainment.

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  • "The more competition, the more participants, the more deep and liquid the market," says Robert Pickel , executive vice chairman of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association.

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  • Raymond Buckley, the vice chairman of the Democratic Party in New Hampshire, casually compared phone jamming to murder.

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  • Finally, Rhoney said, I had to go to the vice chairman and say, ‘We can’t keep charging for that.


  • Positioning the worldwide paying audience at the first point of sale—theatrical release—is the role of motion picture marketing, highlighted by Robert G. Friedman, vice chairman of the Motion Picture Group and chief operating officer of Paramount Pictures.

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