directors

[ dih-rek-ter, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF directors

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Of this company Mr. Ely is treasurer and one of its directors.

After this they all adjourned to the directors' room, and in a few minutes the others were present.

By the way, I wonder why Longworth was not at the directors' meeting to-day.'

By the way, have you made your report to the directors yet?'

Well, the event is, that the board of directors of that road have--will you believe it?

The directors under their lease were entitled to the remaining $75,000.

Stockholders are complaining; directors are bewildered; bankers are frightened.

Mr. Clews also tells us how roads are wrecked by their boards of directors.

These should be sworn statements, and should bear the signatures of at least three of the directors.

The directors were inundated with schemes of all sorts for facilitating locomotion.

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