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general manager

[¦jen·rəl ′man·ə·jər]
(industrial engineering)
The person of general authority who performs all reasonable tasks in conducting the usual and customary business of the principal head or owner.
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Canaries general manager for three years before being named JetHawks general manager in November 2003.
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IDF attendees benefit by gaining insight into new technologies and architectures so that they can create and innovate product offerings more effectively and successfully," said IDF General Manager Rob Chapman.
He figured an apprenticeship under then-Blue Jays general manager Gord Ash would do the trick.
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In the case of Jackie Tatum, general manager of the Department of Parks and Recreation, Riordan contends he was forced into ``back-room lobbying'' because he cannot remove managers himself and didn't think he could muster enough votes on the City Council.

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