The head of a society, council, or other organization
the president of the European Community
The head of a college or university
The head of a company
The celebrant at a Eucharist
an executive officer of a firm or corporation
President of the United States: the person who holds the office of head of state of the United States government; "the President likes to jog every morning"
the chief executive of a republic
the officer who presides at the meetings of an organization; "address your remarks to the chairperson"
the head administrative officer of a college or university
(presidential) relating to a president or presidency; "presidential aides"; "presidential veto"
*Enver Hoxha (Secretary of the Central Committee to February, 1943) (8 November 1941 - 11 April 1985) *Ramiz Alia (13 April 1985 – 4 May 1991)
The President is both head of state and head of government in Angola. While the President appoints a Prime Minister, executive authority usually belongs to the President.
Président is a French cheese brand owned by the Laval based Lactalis company. The brand was created in 1968 by André Besnier. It is used for butter and for a range of industrially produced versions of traditional cheeses.
The Combatant Status Review Tribunal the US Department of Defense commissioned, like the Tribunals described in Army Regulation 190-8, which they were modeled after, were three member panels, led by a Tribunal President.
A chancellor (USA) or vice-chancellor (Commonwealth) is the chief executive of a university. Other titles are sometimes used, such as president or rector.
The President of the French Republic (Président de la République française) colloquially referred to in English as the President of France, is France's elected Head of State.
The head of state of a republic, a representative democracy and sometimes (in cases of constitutional violations) a dictatorship; Primary leader of a corporation. ...
(Presidential) Parker's term for models with caps and barrels of 14K gold, from the 51 on
(Presidents) Orlando Ayala · Steve Berkowitz · Lisa Brummel · Jean-Philippe Courtois · Jon DeVaan · Kurt DelBene · Paul Flessner · Darren Huston · Antoine Leblond · Mich Mathews · Don A. ...
The official of a member government elected by the Parties to preside over the COP. The President is often a senior official or minister from the state or region hosting the meeting. ...
The principal elected officer of a local Girl Scout council corporation. Chosen by the corporation, the president presides at its business meetings. As chair of the corporate board of directors, she or he leads it in carrying out its ultimate authority for governance.
The presiding officer in the Senate.
The Head of House at Corpus Christi College, Kellogg College, Magdalen College, St John’s College, Trinity College and Wolfson College.
One appointed or elected to preside over an organized body of people; the chief officer of a government branch, company or corporation.
Head of the Department of Applied Language Studies, Lessius University College
Title for the chief executive officer (CEO) in most U.S. colleges and universities. In some multi-campus systems and community college districts in the U.S. ...
Capitalize only when used as a title before a name: President Ted N. C. Wilson. Otherwise, lowercase: Erton Köhler is president of the church in South America.
Primary executive officer of the ASF , serving at the direction of the Board. [duties?]
By the State Constitution, the Lieutenant Governor is also President of the Senate.