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subprefect

(ˈsʌbˌpriːfɛkt)
n
an administrator junior to a prefect or chief official
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In this context, in the Metropolitan Park of Santiago, one of the most visited places in the capital, the Undersecretaries Katherine Martorell, of Crime Prevention; and Mnica Zalaquett, of Tourism; met with the head of the Department of Migration and International Police of the Investigative Police of Chile, subprefect Carlos Silva, to deliver him 300 thousand leaflets with self-care recommendations that will be distributed by PDI officials at all entry points to Chile.
The collective portrait ocurrs twice in the novel in well shaped scenes: the rebellion of the five hundred peasants that came with a supplication to Prince Ghica in order to complain about the subprefect Dinu Paturica and the crowd of dupes that had come to witness Costea the One Eyed's punishment.
In Chile, Subprefect Jamie Jara said that authorities arrested five Chileans and a Colombian.
In this case, Kahn, a Jewish deputy, joins forces with du Poizat, a subprefect who represents Bressuire, to divert a new rail line projected to run from Niort to Angers.
(28) ADPdC 1Z501, 10 October 1924, Special Commissar Lens to Subprefect Bethune.
He recommended that Afong, who had the title of an expectant subprefect, be appointed to the post for one year.
(40) Later on, in the "Zhuyi" [??], chapter 37 of the Dianxi [??] ('A Collection of Works on Yunnan'), (41) written in 1807 by Shuai Fan [??] (1751-1811), the subprefect of Wangjiang xian [??], they are mentioned under the label boyi [??][??], (42) and with the ethnonyms baiyi [??], baiyi [??], or baiyi [??][??]/[??][??].
When Ramirez arrived, Rojo was the subprefect of the Partido del Norte, a position equivalent to governor of northern Baja California.
When two weeks ago I went with the Minister of the Distribution of Ever-Fewer-Jobs-and-Retraining Department to visit the city of Trente, at La Chapelle--that city which has had such bad press that no minister until ourselves, no subprefect, no private eye, had dared to go there--while we were drinking an Orangina in the youth center, near a Ping-Pong table with a tattered net, answering with the greatest possible frankness all the questions that were posed to us in front of the cameras of our television networks, whom in passing I thank....
The sequence of details is cumulative in effect and finally circular: Felicite's contemplation of the Holy Ghost in the stained-glass window of her local parish (209/29); her love of doves because of their connection with the symbol she has observed in church (209/30); her attraction to Loulou when he is still owned by the Baron de Larsonniere, subprefect of Pont-l'Eveque, because the bird, coming from America, reminds her of Victor (218/44); the passing of the parrot, first into Mme.
Nor is it the pale individual figures who emerge from those collective placentas--the mestizo Don Pancho Jimenez, the landowner Don Pascual Aranguena, the subprefect from the coast, the sergeant from Arequipa, nor even Misitu, the bull positioned halfway between the reality of the bullfight and the mythology of the Andes, with vague reminders of the Minotaur.
The Ming scholar Wang Sishi (1566-1648) interprets the "painting" in Du Fu's poem "Song on the Landscape Screen Recently Painted by Subprefect Liu of Fengxian County" (4: 12-14) in the sense that the poet applies to this poem the Six Principles of painting formulated by the Six Dynasties painter and theorist Xie He (ca.