I read your sermon with pleasure and gave a copy to our editor-in-chief.
He may edit a journal, but the government must be the editor-in-chief.
The editor-in-chief said he might be in need of a man shortly.
But you are about to be editor-in-chief of a newspaper; so be quiet, and behave properly, for my sake.
Dr. Howe was one of its organizers, and for some time its editor-in-chief.
"If they could be done in a manner not quite so undignified," suggested the editor-in-chief.
Left to his own thoughts, the editor-in-chief reconstructed the scene of the outrage.
It is one of the proud privileges which an editor-in-chief has.
However, that regards himself, now that he is editor-in-chief of her happiness.
The editor-in-chief replied promptly that that seemed to him proper.