vice regent

vice regent

 (vīs)
n.
One who acts as a regent's deputy.

vice-re′gen·cy n.
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AESF 2018 was attended by Deputy for Tourism Destination Development of the Tourism Ministry Dadang Rizki Ratman, Vice Regent of Sleman Sri Muslimatun, Chairman of ASLI Marlin Marpaung, Chairman of ASLI Committee of Bali Expo dr.
Propp serves as team captain of the Flyers Wives Fight for Lives Carnival, as junior activities coordinator for Ocean City Yacht Club, and vice regent for the Independence Hall Daughters of the American Revolution.
Perreault has held a number of posts in her decades of service, including chairman, regent and vice regent.
For example, Judaism and Islam both emphasize humankind's vocation (as image of God in Judaism, as vice regent or khalifa in Islam) to care for creation.
Having sired exceptional sons such as Be My Guest, Danzig, El Gran Senor, Fairy King, Lyphard, Nijinsky, Northern Taste, Nureyev, Sadler's Wells, Storm Bird, and Vice Regent, we can be sure his influence will be secure for at least another 50 years.
"AND when your Lord said to the angels, I am going to place a Vice Regent on earth...
Adrianus Kafiar, vice regent of the Biak Numfor Regency, represented the Indonesian government in handing over the cremated remains to a representative of the Japanese government on Papua's Biak Island.
'Behold, thy Lord said to the angels: 'I will create a VICE REGENT on earth.
The Koran teaches that all goods are ultimately owned by God and that man is their "vice regent," but Islamic scholars rarely construe this as detrimental to private ownership.
After attending the ASLI Expo and Senior Festival 2018 in Bali, Vice Regent of Sleman, Sri Muslimatun, told presidentpost.id that Sleman Regency wants to build a facility for elder people.