commissioner

[ kuh-mish-uh-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF commissioner

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He was a commissioner, or a board, or a trustee, 'or something.'

He was also commissioner of insolvents during 1837 and 1838.

The commissioner now proceeded to his own affairs, and to the business of his visit.

During the same year he was made Supreme Court Commissioner.

It is not my fault; I am fit for nothing but a commissioner.

If there's likely to be a riot let the Commissioner get his warrant—Heigho!

It was an exclamation of satisfaction from the Commissioner.

He began as a fool, and has ended as a Poor Law Commissioner!'

The average annual salary in the commissioner districts is $322.49.

Came in the suite of his Excellency Tseng the Commissioner—you know.

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