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  • n  a person who is in charge
  • n  a person who exercises control over workers
  • n  the head of a tribe or clan
  • s  most important element
    the chief aim of living

  • New Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff is trying to rapidly change the way America guards against terrorism.
  • Ali Larijani, Iran's foreign policy chief and top nuclear negotiator, sees hope in the Russian proposal to help end his country's nuclear standoff with the West, but insists that .
  • When Barack Obama asked Congressman Rahm Emanuel to be his White House chief-of-staff, few political insiders were surprised.
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  • Bart Stupak in Trading Markets (press release)
    Quite frankly, BP blew it,he said. "You cut corners to save money and time. And as the chief executive officer of BP â€| you called for fewer people in the decision-making process. You stated individuals need to be accountable for...
  • Robert Gates in Wall Street Journal
    Speaking for the Department of Defense, once the commander in chief makes his decisions, we will salute and execute those decisions faithfully and to the best of our ability,Mr. Gates said to the annual gathering of the Association of the...
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Austin American-Statesman
    When we first started, people everywhere asked the same questions: Could a woman really serve as commander in chief? Well, I think we answered that one,Clinton said. "Could an African American really be our president? And Sen. Obama has...

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