cumbent

cumbent

(ˈkʌmbənt)
adj
lying down; recumbent
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Ghanaians voted peacefully, the votes were counted fast and accurately, and the losing cumbent conceded gracefully--all solidifying Ghana's sterling democratic credentials.
OMD was already the in- cumbent agency for Beiers- dorf's media planning and buying, social media and per- formance marketing briefs.
Proportion of votes cast in favor Probability of re- of the incumbent election of the in- candidate [2] cumbent candidate [3] Treatment no.
The boast achieved the desired effect of surprising the analysts, who like everyone else in the industry figured that the in cumbent Universal pay TV outlet, John Malone's Starz, would renew the output deal.
PHOTO District attorney challenger John Lynch, left, and in cumbent Gil Garcetti field questions at a candidates forum.
Karmarama won the account after a four- way pitch that included in- cumbent Beattie McGuiness Bungay,whichhasheldthe creative advertising business since 2011.
The in- cumbent on the European Sony Electronics account was OMD, while its sister agency PHD handled the estimated $500 million Sony Mobile business.
The in- cumbent has the competitive advantage of depth of knowl- edge and experience regarding theclient'sbusiness-andshould be leveraging it to shine bright- er than their competitors.
Grey and BBDO are under- stood to be lining up against in- cumbent JWT for HSBC's global creative account.
The previous in- cumbent, Ed Borgerding, left last February.
The review is understood to be statutory and in the early stages, with MediaCom the in- cumbent on the business.