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- noun Plural form of
- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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She can see through him and it's refreshing that one of his secretaries is standing up for herself after putting herself under him.
In a sign of the Obama administration trying to coordinate its message on the matter, officials said that the White House will be conducting a conference call with Democratic press secretaries from the House and Senate on Wednesday afternoon.
YMCA was also permitted secure neutral secretaries from the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Switzerland as soon as they became available and were approved by the Ministry of War to replace the American workers (Danish secretaries were the optimal replacements from the German perspective).
Secretaries hoped to recruit future secretaries from the POW populations through the
The three Latin secretaries in our office told us about this place way back.
You also need managers, and…what do we call secretaries today?
When he had returned to the palace he called his secretaries and bade them bring the registers in which the accounts of the kingdom were kept.
Malayan Literature Various
So saying, he called his secretaries of state and bade them make out Sherkan's patent of investiture to the viceroyalty of Damascus of Syria.
The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night, Volume II Anonymous 1879
G for Gillingham, H for Hendy and Hoffman, I for Irwin, J for Jackman, K for certain secretaries and L for Leal and Legge.
Christmas Luncheon 1970
“Jerry” Persons, the assistant chief of staff and congressional liaison, agreed that the press secretary would call the secretaries of state and treasury, and cable Sherman Adams.
Eisenhower 1956 David A. Nichols 2011