Office holder

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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George I., an infant of eighteen, and a scraggy nest of foreign office holders, sit in the places of Themistocles, Pericles, and the illustrious scholars and generals of the Golden Age of Greece.
NAB law won't apply to a private person if he isn't a public office holder.
NAB law would not apply to a person if he is not a public office holder.
The citizens have also become cynical on any claim to patriotic service by any political office holder, public officers and public servants.
As per code of conduct, no public office holder can visit the constituency, where the elections are being held, a press release issued here on Tuesday said.
It was alleged that Aleem, being a public office holder, acquired huge assets and established offshore companies.
Quebec's Act, adopted unanimously in 2002, is founded on two principles: the legitimacy of lobbying, and the right of the public to know who is trying to influence a public office holder. Furthermore, there are two objectives: transparency and properly conducted lobbying activities.
The county board places a very heavy burden on an office holder by placing financial restrictions on the budget of the office holder.
However the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice concluded it was an "inexcusable misuse" of their official accounts and "wholly unacceptable conduct for a judicial office holder".
Such a contract contains an upper limit of government debt and the sanction that an office holder violating this limit cannot stand for reelection.
"The terms of the judicial oath and the statement of principles of judicial ethics ensure that such a difficulty does not arise and that the onus is on the judicial office holder to declare any interest at the outset."

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