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vice-chairmanship

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The office or duties of a vice-chairman.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He has also resigned his board membership at the Bank for International Settlements and his vice-chairmanship of the Financial Stability Board, both influential policy-making bodies.

    Wife's Trades Sink Banker

  • China political analysts will close watch to see if Vice President Xi Jinping is promoted to the vice-chairmanship of the Central Military Commission.

    Chinese Leaders Discuss Economic, Political Plans

  • At the party's 1999 national convention in Dearborn, Michigan, the Dallas group intended to transfer power (the chairmanship and vice-chairmanship) to Perot loyalists, believing they had the votes for an easy win.

    How the Independent Movement Went Left by Going Right

  • In accordance with Senate Republican Conference rules, I have temporarily relinquished my vice-chairmanship and ranking positions until I am absolved of these charges.

    Senator Ted Stevens Indicted in Corruption Case - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • If he were to accept the offer, Becerra would have to give up 16 years of seniority in the House, which has earned him a seat on the Ways and Means Committee and the vice-chairmanship of the House Dem Caucus.

    Election Central Morning Roundup

  • In 2002, Gramm left the senate to assume the vice-chairmanship of UBS Investment Bank, one of the primary — if not the primary player — players in the sub-prime mortgage fiasco.

    Your outrageous fuel prices and John McCain

  • And though she is considered the siblings 'informal leader, Ms. Sy-Coson shares the vice-chairmanship with brother Henry Jr.Ms. Sy-Coson also is chairman of Banco de Oro-EPCI Inc. one of the largest banks in the Philippines, which resulted from a late 2006 merger she steered that gave SM Investments the largest shareholding in the bank.

    From a Family Shoe Business

  • He wouldn't take a vice-chairmanship position before -- which he must be kicking himself about, because if he had been vice chairman when Ma was indicted, he might well have become Chairman.

    Ma-Wang Negotiations Ongoing

  • I recently too over the vice-chairmanship of a company that it's in the health field.

    CNN Transcript Oct 18, 2003

  • Water Affairs and Forestry Minister Kader Asmal, who recently accepted vice-chairmanship of a new world initiative on oceans, is to leave on Sunday for Japan to attend inaugural meetings.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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