editor-in-chief


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editor-in-chief

[ˈedɪtərɪnˈtʃiːf] Njefe/a m/f de redacción
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When the editor-in-chief was in possession of the precious foot and informed as to the train of intelligent deductions the boy had been led to make, he was divided between the admiration he felt for such detective cunning in a brain of a lad of sixteen years, and delight at being able to exhibit, in the "morgue window" of his paper, the left foot of the Rue Oberskampf.
"You shall have two hundred and fifty," said the editor-in-chief; "only you must tell everybody that you have been engaged on the paper for a month.
"That's not a name," said the editor-in-chief, "but since you will not be required to sign what you write it is of no consequence."