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public servant

noun as in government employee or appointee

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Christie called the taxpayer-funded payouts “boat checks” for public servants to set sail in their golden years.

Greene is the proof-of-concept for a vision of politics where public servants can live in their own cartoon universe so long as enough constituents are willing to live there, too.

We’ve got a new president in America, and we decided to take the time to look back at how these digital public servants improved the lives of their games.

“Lisa was an amazing and dedicated public servant who retired from state service after 30 years as eligible,” Owens wrote in an email.

These accomplished public servants have the knowledge and expertise to hit the ground running on day one.

“I have always considered him a friend, a patriot, and a dedicated public servant,” McCain said in a statement.

“If I want to play role of public servant I cannot have this traditional mindset,” she says.

Might that be Hafsat herself, a dynastic political power and dedicated public servant already?

Some said they admired Cuccinelli for his work as a public servant and his stance on issues such as education.

Hagel, a hero of mine, is a good man and a deservedly respected public servant.

He was a valuable public servant, highly esteemed by natives and foreigners.

To-day—unconsciously perhaps, but none the less surely—you have made clear the duty of a public servant.

Edwards belonged to that useful class of public servant that lives upon instructions.

This public servant may match the answering book with the inquiring mind, the responsive page with the hungry soul.

The popularity of a public servant is always in danger of a tragical end if he lives long enough.

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to public servant, such as: civil servant, elected official, government worker, officeholder, official, and public employee.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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