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supervisor

[′sü·pər‚vī·zər]
(computer science)
A collection of programs, forming part of the operating system, that provides services for and controls the running of user programs.
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Antonovich said county supervisors should continue to increase the Sheriff's Department budget to improve response times in unincorporated areas and to protect the public.
When local district counseling supervisors, professional school counselors, leaders from professional organizations, counselor educators, and state-level administrators work together, they can advocate for the profession of school counseling.
To focus organizational energy, leaders synchronized the department's strategic plan with the individual career development plans of supervisors and the evaluation process for all agency members.
The pagan goddess is by far the largest, but the ACLU and the three supervisors have voiced no objection to her presence.
The physician's projects must roll up and support the goals of the supervisor and ultimately support the strategic goals of the corporation.
In a typical supervisory sequence, trainees revisit client-counselor dialog to assess the effectiveness of the session and supervisors offer periodic feedback.
Beyond this, some supervisors said they routinely delete e-mails received from other supervisors and county staff.
The question then became what did they understand as being independent since many financial supervisors remain subject to political meddling.
To move instructional technology to a higher plateau, administrators and supervisors must become stakeholders and buy into the use of technology as an administrative and instructional tool.
supervisors, is now--and for the foreseeable future will be--more than adequate as a capital framework.
Supervisors who use this technique provide a powerful learning tool to their staff.
The case manager regularly updates the job banks through her ongoing interaction with supervisors and managers.

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