executive secretary

NOUN
  1. a secretary having administrative duties and responsibilities
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  • The district attorney who defended the Texas law criminalizing homosexuality before the US Supreme Court is desperately trying to keep his job following the discovery of e-mails containing sexually explicit videos, racist jokes and what is described as torrid love notes to his executive secretary. DesignerBlog
  • The Jesuits, for example, place abuser priests in Jesuit communities away from schools and parishes, where they typically cannot leave without another priest, said the Rev. Thomas Gaunt, executive secretary of the Jesuit Conference, the order's U.S. office. Abusive priests: To defrock or not? U.S. Catholics debate
  • Suno kay Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita pila sa mga pamaagi nga ginhinambit ni Pangulong Arroyo amo ang husto nga paghaboy sang basura, pag-amlig sang suba kag pagproteher sang mga alagyan sang tubi. undefined
  • In the mid 1960s my Aunt Alice, a retired bilingual executive secretary, had almost suddenly become unable to lift her chin off her chest.
  • At the meeting, the party committee decided to appoint Xuyongyi the Executive Secretary the students.
  • As former administrative vice finance minister, Lin was the executive secretary of the stabilization fund until Wednesday.
  • Ahmed Djoghlaf is the executive secretary of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity.
  • Bob is a software computer programmer and Mary previously worked as an executive secretary.
  • Moira was doing well at the Department of Agriculture, executive secretary to one of the department's top career executives. CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER
  • Executive Secretary, Inter - ministerial Commission on Nuclear Energy in Mexico.
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