Difference between superintendent and secure
- a person who directs and manages an organization
- a caretaker for an apartment house; represents the owner as janitor and rent collector
Tayside Police admit the whistle-blower's inside knowledge shows he has to be a high-ranking officer - at least an inspector and probably a superintendent.
The group consists of every woman officer in South Yorkshire Police from the rank of inspector to our highest ranking female officer, which at the moment is chief superintendent.
I sensed that strong-willed individuals were voicing their opinion but then deferring to their superintendent's leadership because they respected both him and his position.
- free from danger or risk
- free from fear or doubt; easy in mind
- not likely to fail or give way
- immune to attack; incapable of being tampered with
- financially safe
- assure payment of
- make certain of
- cause to be firmly attached
- get by special effort
- furnish with battens
I reassured him it was secure by logging into my account and viewing his profile.
She was in her sixties and wore her thinning gray hair pulled back in a loose bun with all but a few strands secured by bobby pins.
Dab a little wood glue into the hole, insert the dowel, and drive a 5/8-inch or 3/4-inch screw through the back of the wood to secure the dowel.