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bureaucrat

byoo ruh krat

  • n  an official of a bureaucracy

  • The object of interest: a young bureaucrat who had finally been freed from his drab office on the second floor of the C-ring of the Pentagon in order to present his maverick .
  • Although he dressed like a bureaucrat, in dark suits, bow ties and round horn-rimmed glasses, he was really an artist (he was an accomplished painter and sculptor).
  • In the smooth-talking, God-fearing, 50-year-old Rudd, the top student of his high school, father of three and a former diplomat and high-ranking state bureaucrat, they appear to .
News & Articles

  • June 14, 2013
    A good move..All licensing does, generally speaking, is generate cash. It also puts a barrier , however small, or large, in front of our Second Amendment rights, by making gun ownership a thing that could be up to some bureaucrat. I don't have a bit of problem with background checks, within reason.
    June 14, 2013 - The Robesonian
  • Rethinking government’s role
    Thursday June 13, 2013 Audrey Pietrucha It appears to be a universal human truth that those who hold power not only are reluctant to yield it, but rather seek its increase. This holds true from the pettiest bureaucrat to the mightiest monarch. Lord Acton, the English historian, politician and writer who first wrote, "All power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely"
    June 13, 2013 - Bennington Banner
  • Audrey Pietrucha
    It appears to be a universal human truth that those who hold power not only are reluctant to yield it, but rather seek its increase. This holds true from the pettiest bureaucrat to the mightiest monarch.
    June 13, 2013 - Bennington Banner
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in The Union Leader
    Obama told his audience reassuringly, "For all the chatter and the yelling and the shouting and the noise, what you need to know is this ...... if you do have health insurance, we will make sure that no insurance company or government bureaucrat...
  • Yasuo Fukuda in Seattle Times
    We made a proposal which I thought was the best choice,Fukuda told lawmakers. "Is it so bad for a former bureaucrat to win a post, if that person happens to be best suited for the job? Are we going to become a nation that can't use its...
  • Nancy Boyda in KSTP.com
    Earmarks allow members of Congress to devote funds to projects that are important to their district _ and representatives can better judge their districts' needs than some bureaucrat,Boyda wrote her constituents. "I want to make sure that...

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