directors chair

direc′tor's chair`


n.
a lightweight folding armchair with transversely crossed legs and a canvas seat and back panel traditionally used by motion-picture directors.
[1950–55]
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We are very excited to have Mark join our agency and take the helm at this critical juncture in our development," said GLEH Board of Directors Chair Carolyn Dye.
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AUSTIN, Texas -- The State of Ohio Department of Administrative Services (DAS) is launching Directors Chair, an online software, to streamline transactions with thousands of companies doing business with the State of Ohio.
MARK WALLIS will make a decision on the racing future of Directors Chair in six weeks' time after veterinary examination revealed the dog's injury - sustained in a trial at Romford on Wednesday - was not as serious as first feared, writes Richard Birch.
However, Raithby Syrah is capable of hassling the odds-on favourite early while main market rival Directors Chair has a cracking make-up and not an insurmountable amount of time to find on the clock.
Rhode Island's location, size, and accessible public and private sector networks create a real-world laboratory where wireless technology can flexibly connect and coordinate activities across organizations to transform business models," says former GTECH Chief Technology Officer and BIF Board of Directors Chair Donald Stanford.

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