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Rodríguez and Maykel González Vivero, director of Tremenda Nota, the Blade’s media partner in Cuba, are among those who the Cuban government has prevented from leaving the country.

Because of the large number of votes coming in by mail, “we may have to prepare for election week or even election month,” wrote Elaine Kamarck, director of the Center for Effective Public Management at the Brookings Institution.

The OPM is being headed on an acting basis by its deputy director, Michael Rigas, who has been nominated to become the deputy director for management at the Office of Management and Budget.

Terry Schilling, executive director of the American Principles Project, decried the decision by Facebook in a statement.

Both nonprofits are required only to disclose the salaries of directors, officers and key employees, said Marc Owens, a tax attorney with Loeb & Loeb.

Toomey lives here with her husband, Mark, a managing director at Goldman Sachs, and their two daughters.

Decades ago, the writer-director wrote an episode of the animated comedy that never was.

This is a Hollywood director at the height of his powers creating original, wildly ambitious epics.

This is not the first time the director has fallen for Russian propaganda.

His surprise marriage to theater director Sophie Hunter may have broken hearts, but the squeals of delight were even louder.

He then received the honour of knighthood but had retired from active service and become a director of his company.

The Briton, holding the documents in a pudgy hand, looked at the swift-gestured director with portentous solemnity.

Mr. Jump, a director on the mine, pointed out a balance-beam that Mr. Trevithick had put up thirty years before.

A director who performs a different service, serves as an attorney, for example, may receive compensation for it.

Suppose each director of a bank wished to obtain a loan of money from it.


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