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[ US /ˈtʃɛɹˌpɝsən/ ]
[ UK /t‍ʃˈe‍əpəsən/ ]
  1. the officer who presides at the meetings of an organization
    address your remarks to the chairperson
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How To Use chairperson In A Sentence

  • Indeed, she complained so much that she was able to finagle the chairmanship (sorry, the chairpersonship) of a committee tasked with finding discrimination at MIT.
  • Words of gratitude and forward thinking to address the many challenges facing our country and preparations for next years elections were words that toped the newly elected Chairperson's speech. Index
  • The minister was speaking when he met chief executives and board chairpersons of statutory bodies under the Ministry of Commerce at the ministry's headquarters.
  • Council chairpersons and their deputies also receive an additional allowance which is decided by the local authority while members of a council's strategic policy committee are entitled to an allowance of just over 5,000.
  • The position of Chairperson rotates annually among the groups and the regional groups caucus regularly during the Commission's annual session.
  • Athy Town Council chairperson and Special Olympics Committee chairperson, Mark Dalton said he was honoured to welcome the ambassador and his consul.
  • Session chairpersons were still being canvassed by Douglas during the week before he left.
  • They direct and coordinate activities of deans of individual colleges and chairpersons of academic departments.
  • The chairperson is chosen by secret ballot .
  • The chairperson has the casting / deciding vote.
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