Superintendent

[New Zealand] 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
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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

[ecclesiastical] Superintendent is the head of an administrative division of a Protestant church, largely historical but still in use in Germany. It replaced the title of bishop in Northern Germany and Scandinavia after the reformation, since bishop was associated with Catholicism. Superintendent is also a rank in the British police force.
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Superintendent

[construction] On large construction projects, the superintendent`s job is to run the day-to-day operations on the construction site and control the short-term schedule. The role of the superintendent also includes important quality control and subcontractor coordination responsibilities. It is common for most finance-related tasks (especia
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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

[jail] Superintendent of Jail is a chief administrator of a prison. ==Different names== In the UK, a Prison Governor is responsible for the management and security of a prison, jail, remand centre and young offenders` institution. In India and Pakistan, the head of a District, Central, Women or special Prison/Jail is called Superintendent o
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Superintendent

[education] In education in the United States, a superintendent of schools, also known in many states as a chief school administrator, is a person who has executive oversight and administrative powers, usually within an educational entity or organization. ==United States== In the United States there are many variations in public school syst
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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 used in most British Overseas Territories and in many former British Colonies. == Australia ==
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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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