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Seated on the other side of bin Laden is his second-in-command, Ayman al-Zawahiri.

It was the most-desired artwork by the Nazis, including Hitler and his second-in-command, Hermann Göring.

[Reuters]  Vuitton Second-in-Command Ready for Ghesquière: Behind every great man comes a great woman.

Tasked with holding the group together is likely Ayman al Zawahri, the group's longtime second-in-command.

The second-in-command may not technically be the boss, but they frequently bring home a bigger paycheck.

And you, as second-in-command, would have been my execution's master of ceremonies.

Battalion head-quarters consist of a lieutenant-colonel commanding, a major second-in-command, an adjutant, and a quartermaster.

His second-in-command, my Uppingham friend, told me as he saw us along the light railway on our way back.

So it came about that in some three years from my first appointment I had reached the position of practically Second-in-Command.

The second-in-command, Lieutenant G. Bowen, ordered the crew to abandon the vessel in the dinghey.


On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to second-in-command, such as: aide, appointee, commissioner, delegate, minister, and representative.

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