Executive Type

Executive Type

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Executive type refers to the determination of those natives born when the Sun was in one of the fixed signs—Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, or Aquarius.

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Contract Awarded for Rotating chair metal base with wheels rotating chair metal base executive type
They are more concerned with building executive type homes that bring more cash into the town hall coffers.
When it came to the gang's engineer we were just shown an executive type in a suit and tie
This is where he acquired a taste for the non executive type of role.
For private sales, this may be an estate agent or lawyer, but a developer creating anything from a handful of executive type houses to hundreds of affordable homes on a site will bring in their own staff.
Also if any of the ADONs have any executive type issues after hours they will refer them to the executive on duty rather than have it wait till morning.
Few executive type factory owners who do not sit in the factories so can not monitor the affairs can make surprise visits to verify the quantum of cotton available in the factory at one particular time otherwise they could only evaluate cotton bales, seed but not unginned cotton in th e conventional system.
It may be that developers want to build housing that will only be of interest to people from outside the area who can afford to pay a premium for executive type housing.
Over the years, however, more than 40 percent of county governments have shifted to either the county administrator or the elected executive type of government.
While the previous generation XJ proved seriously challenged for space, the long wheel base model driven here translates nicely into a roomy executive type limousine, delivering generous levels of manoeuvrable shoulder, leg and head room for all occupants and some very welcome extra limb stretching space for rear seat passengers, plus a usefully accommodating 470 litres of boot.
Back in Spain, Susan is receiving phone calls from executive type John (Andrew Bicknell), and a couple of Russian rent-a-thugs, Djanov (Bruno Squarcia) and Cherkasov (Manuel Tomas del Estal Castano), are thrown into the mix.

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