public servantSEE DEFINITION OF public servant
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Cant tell, sir—has his letters there, said the public servant, decidedly.
His career as a public servant began in the Alabama legislature.
This public servant may match the answering book with the inquiring mind, the responsive page with the hungry soul.
Ramsay served Alexandria some thirty-six years as a public servant.
He knew well that Crocker, as a public servant, was not worth his salt.
Every man and woman in the country was a public servant; they all worked for the public good.
He was a public servant, and of course all he did was right.
In theory he is a public servant; in reality he becomes the master of the public.
Only, in that case, of what good was the Examiner, regarded as a public servant?
It means very little to say that a man has some human imperfections, or that a public servant might have done some things better.