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Meanings and phrases
- a government administrator
- a member of a commission
- a commissioner appointed to supervise banks; a state superintendent of banks
- a senior diplomat from one country to another who is assigned ambassadorial rank
- His term as high commissioner ended in May 1948.
- The high commissioner is appointed by the Queen of Denmark.
- The head of an embassy is known as an ambassador or high commissioner.
- a commissioner in charge of public housing
- a commissioner in charge of public parks
- a civil commissioner appointed to supervise the duties and discipline of the police
- A police commissioner ensures that prompt justice is done.
- ] you will not have the backing of the New York police commissioner."
- Lee is related to former police commissioner Eddie Hui through marriage.
- the representative of Puerto Rico in the United States House of Representatives
- As a deputy commissioner he is the executive head of the district.
- In February 2012, Commissioner Rich Constable named Richman deputy commissioner.
- A deputy commissioner (popularly abbreviated to "DC") is the executive head of the district.
- From 1943-1951, he was a Teton county commissioner.
- Each county commissioner serves a five-year term.
- The range has the name of Charles Wilson, a local county commissioner.
- He was the assistant commissioner of the Tennessee office of the Freedmen's Bureau from 1867 until 1868.
- They also heard from Met assistant commissioner John Yates and Detective chief superintendent Philip Williams.
- He was then posted to police headquarters as the acting assistant commissioner of police in the legal department.
- He became a commissioner for assessment Norfolk in 1661 and for Suffolk in 1679, holding both posts until 1680.
- William initially became commissioner for assessment for Norfolk in 1673 and for Suffolk in 1679, holding both offices until 1680.
- In 1866 he was made chief commissioner in Mandalay.
- In the same year, the two island groups Andaman and Nicobar, were united under a chief commissioner residing at Port Blair.
- Finally, after 1858, by a chief commissioner who was subordinate to the Governor-General of India's agent for the Rajputana Agency.
- Guthrie F. Crowe served as the force's first commissioner.
- Gary Bettman (the NHL's first commissioner), replaced John Ziegler's successor, Gil Stein.
- President Abraham Lincoln appointed the agriculturalist Isaac Newton to be the first commissioner.