Superintendent

[construction] On larger projects, it is common for most finance-related tasks (especially labor and material cost control) and long-term scheduling to be handled by a project manager, with the superintendent`s job limited to running the day-to-day operations on the construction site and controlling the short-term schedule. The role of the
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Superintendent

[education] In education in the United States, a superintendent (also known as a chief school administrator in many states) is an individual who has executive oversight and administration rights, usually within an educational entity or organization. ==United States== In the United States there are many variations in public school education
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Superintendent

[United States Air Force] Superintendent is used generally by the United States Air Force as the title of the Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of a section, flight, staff agency, directorate, or like organization. These positions are assigned to senior noncommissioned officers (SNCOs), as opposed to the titles NCOIC (which are hel
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Superintendent

[police] Superintendent (supt), often shortened to "super", is a rank in British police services and in most English-speaking Commonwealth nations. In many Commonwealth countries the full version is superintendent of police (SP). The rank is also still used in the former British Colony of Hong Kong. == Australia == In Australia, the rank of
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superintendent

[n] - a caretaker for an apartment house
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Superintendent

Su`per·in·tend'ent adjective [ Latin superintendens , present participle See Superintend .] Overseeing; superintending.
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Superintendent

Su`per·in·tend'ent noun [ Confer Old French superintendant , French surintendant . Confer Surintendant .] One who has the oversight and charge of some place, institution, or organization, affairs, etc., with the power of direction; as, the superintendent of an almshouse; th
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superintendent

noun a caretaker for an apartment house; represents the owner as janitor and rent collector
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Superintendent

• (a.) Overseeing; superintending. • (n.) One who has the oversight and charge of some place, institution, or organization, affairs, etc., with the power of direction; as, the superintendent of an almshouse; the superintendent of public works.
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superintendent

superintendent A person in charge of a department, institution, etc.; a director; a supervisor.
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superintendent

  1. a person who directs and manages an organization
  2. a caretaker for an apartment house; represents the owner as janitor and rent collector

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Superintendent

[ecclesiastical] Superintendent is the head of an administrative division of a Protestant church, largely historical but still in use in Germany. == Superintendents in Sweden == Superintendents were created in Sweden after the Protestant Reformation. The office was similar to that of bishop, but instead of being ordained by the archbishop,
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Superintendent

[politics] Superintendent was the elected head of each Provincial Council in New Zealand from 1853 to 1876. ==Historical context== Provinces existed in New Zealand from 1841 until 1876 as a form of sub-national government. After the initial provinces pre-1853, new provinces were formed by the New Zealand Constitution Act 1852 (UK). This Act
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Superintendent

An individual licensed by the AKC and hired by a club to be responsible for the actual mechanics of holding an event.
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Superintendent

(also 'head greenkeeper or greenkeeper') the person in charge of overseeing the golf course maintena
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