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  • 1 chief part — index bulk, center (essence), content (meaning), corpus, main point Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton …

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  • 2 Chief Investigator, Transport Safety — Type Government Agency Predecessor Chief Investigator, Public Transport and Marine Safety Investigations Founded 1 July 2010 Founder(s) Government of Victoria Headquarters …

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  • 3 Chief Scout's Award (Scouting Ireland) — Chief Scout s Award Owner Scouting Ireland …

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  • 4 Chief Niwot — or Left Hand( ed) (c. 1825 1864) was a tribal leader of the Southern Arapaho people and played an important part in the history of Colorado. Chief Niwot and his people lived along the Front Range often wintering in Boulder Valley, site of the… …

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  • 5 Chief Justice of the United States — Chief Justice of the United States …

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  • 6 Chief Shakopee — may refer to any of the three Mdewakanton Dakota chiefs who lived in the early 19th century. The name comes from the Dakota Shák pí meaning Six . Contents 1 Shakopee I 2 Shakopee II 3 Shakopee III 4 …

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  • 7 Chief Justice of India — Emblem of India Incumbent S. H. Kapadi …

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  • 8 Chief Records — Founded 1957 (1957) Founder Mel Lon …

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  • 9 Chief Powhatan — Chief Powhatan, detail of map published by John Smith (1612) Died 1618 Occupation paramount chief of Tsenacommacah, an alliance of Algonqui …

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  • 10 Chief Winnemucca — Winnemucca, (ca. 1820–1882)(also called Wobitsawahkah,[1] Bad Face,[1] Winnemucca the Younger,[1] Mubetawaka …

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  • 11 Chief Jimmy Bruneau Regional High School — is located in Edzo, 15 km (9.3 mi) south of Rae and serves Behchoko in the Northwest Territories, Canada. The school was named after one of the great leaders in Tłı̨chǫ history, Chief Jimmy Bruneau …

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  • 12 Chief magistrate — is a generic designation for a public official whose office individual or collegial is the highest in his or her class, in either of the fundamental meanings of Magistrate (which often overlapped in the Ancien régime): as a major political and… …

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  • 13 Chief Performance Officer of the United States — (CPO) is a position in the Office of Management and Budget (within the Executive Office of the President of the United States), first announced on January 7, 2009 by then President elect Barack Obama. The new post concentrates on the federal… …

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  • 14 Chief Sealth International High School — Empowering learners to be of value to themselves and to others, today and tomorrow Location 2600 SW Thistle St, Seattle WA 98126 West Seattle …

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  • 15 Chief — (ch[=e]n), n. [OE. chief, chef, OF. chief, F. chef, fr. L. caput head, possibly akin to E. head. Cf. {Captain}, {Chapter}] 1. The head or leader of any body of men; a commander, as of an army; a head man, as of a tribe, clan, or family; a person… …

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  • 16 Chief Kno-Tah — Artist Peter Wolf Toth Year 1987 Type Wood Dimensions 7.6 m (25 ft …

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  • 17 chief — [chēf] n. [ME chef, chief, leader < OFr < VL * capum < L caput, HEAD] 1. the head or leader of a group, organization, etc.; person of highest title or authority 2. Archaic the most valuable or main part of anything 3. Heraldry the upper… …

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  • 18 Chief Petty Officer — is a non commissioned officer or equivalent in many naval services and coast guards.CanadaChief Petty Officer refers to two ranks in the Canadian Navy. Chief Petty Officer 2nd Class (CPO2) ( Première maître de deuxième classe or pm2 in French) is …

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  • 19 Chief information officer — (CIO), or information technology (IT) director, is a job title commonly given to the most senior executive in an enterprise responsible for the information technology and computer systems that support enterprise goals. The title of Chief… …

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  • 20 Chief Councillor — should not be confused with Chancellor (China) The Bahamas This article is part of the series: Politics and government of The Bahamas …

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