executive

[ ig-zek-yuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF executive

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We need a new engagement, too, between the Executive and the Congress.

The new nation proceeded, in the autumn of 1788, to the choice of an executive.

That automatically made them captain and executive officer of the Benefactor.

Grouvelle, secretary of the Executive Council, read them to him.

Then Calhoun faced the executive and cabinet of Dara for the second time.

But the assembly only exists for the purposes of election, and has no legislative or executive powers.

Do you propose to draw the attention of the Executive to my doings?

"I'm forbidden to tell why it isn't for sale," said the executive, starting to float off.

The executive started at mention of that universally known number.

The executive ability of Mrs. Ketcham was evident from first to last.

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