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In`tend´ent


n.1.See Intendant, n.
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Look at Henry the Eight; this 'n 's a Sunday-school Super- intendent to HIM.
murmured the intendent, with surprise, "who is yonder?
COTTAGE GROVE - A third employee group in the South Lane School District is calling for an independent investigation into whether longtime district SuperAaAeAeA intendent Krista Parent was the author of an anonymous, handAaAeAeA wri letter sent in August that "slanders and harasses" a district employee.
Although Ghana is still in an early phase, I am encouraged that it has already enacted a comprehensive nuclear law, established an intendent Nuclear Regulatory Authority, and is currently reviewing and developing new regulations, said Chudakov.
The number of those opposed was the highest it has been since Gallup began polling in 1999, when the percentage of Americans against an intendent Palestine state was just 26 percent.
Central area command super intendent David Felton said the raids would continue this week.
There is dire need for an intendent center to meet development needs and train national cadres, she said.
Detective Chief Superto intendent Clark Cuzen, of the counter-corruption unit, added: "All members of Police Scotland are required to adhere to strict guidelines and procedures when an offer of any gift or hospitality is made.
Senior Super Intendent Police (SSP) Investigation Rana Ayaz had verified the arrest of suspect Tooba two days ago.
Detective Chief Super" intendent Danny Long,head of West Midlands Police's public protection unit, said: "We are duty bound to act proportionately to the threat the men currently pose to the girl and possibly others.
The organization structure of local police in the Valencian Community (Spain) is defined by a strong hierarchy reflected in its six levels or ranks, from the lowest to the highest: constable, officer, inspector, intendent, chief intendent and general intendent (In Spanish: agente, oficial, inspector, intendente, intendente principal and intendente general).
In the Columbus school district, Super intendent Liddell has just launched the 2020 Project to reach an 85 percent high school graduation rate by that year--an ambitious goal considering that only 70 percent of the district's students graduate now and the percentage has decreased from 80 percent more than a decade ago.