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  • n. Alternative spelling of vice-chairman.


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  • Maidand-Wood took the chair, Fincher acted as vicechairman, and they immediately coopted five other senior officers.

    Final Resting Place of The Pen

  • President Nelson Mandela was appointed the body's second vicechairman.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He is also a director of several United Kingdom companies, including the Midland Bank, of which he is vicechairman.

    An Industrialist's View of Britain

  • Resisters Leagure all this time, on the executive committee, then vicechairman, and for four years, national chairman.

    Oral History Interview with Igal Roodenko, April 11, 1974. Interview B-0010. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • Bunting and Roux were elected chairman and vicechairman of the party.

    Class & Colour in South Africa 1850-1950 - Chapter 13

  • BELLO: _ (Squats with a grunt on Bloom's upturned face, puffing cigarsmoke, nursing a fat leg) _ I see Keating Clay is elected vicechairman of the Richmond asylum and by the by Guinness's preference shares are at sixteen three quaffers.


  • The Microlight Aero Team (MAT) was founded in 1990 by Jac Gootjes, former vicechairman of the MLA department of the Royal Dutch Aviation Association. - Financial News

  • "When you're in a downturn, you need to increase sales and marketing," said Chuck Sitka, vicechairman of the County Economic Development Advisory Board.

    Anderson Independent Mail Stories

  • The nominating committee announced a slate of candidates that included Ed Lewis as its pick for chairman; Karen Shanks as vicechairman; Linda Baehr as secretary; Virginia Houston as treasurer; Brock Hill as parlimenterian; Linda Bottoms, at-large; and Clella Quillen, at-large.


  • Tory leader David Cameron has repeatedly refused to say if Lord Ashcroft, a party vicechairman, is resident for tax purposes and on the UK electoral roll.

    British Blogs


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