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1) Ruthie had been a budget analyst and then comptroller for a hospital chain for much of her working life.
2) The implicit message to the comptroller and to any other federal official is that this person is important to the president.
3) His father, a comptroller of customs,(http://sentencedict.com/comptroller.html) had died months before his birth.
4) He was the comptroller of a medium-size private hospital.
5) This coffee got particular attention because the comptroller was present.
6) Olson has been the company comptroller since 1975.
7) As comptroller, he alone kept the books for all of Cook County government.
8) For example, we have the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.
9) Finally, a little-noted change in regulations by the comptroller of the currency in December 2005 acted as the trigger.
10) John Dugan, a former comptroller of the currency, played the role of chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and said resolution actually made four options possible.
11) Both the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Office of Thrift Supervision said on Thursday the proposed regulations may go too far, chilling the interest of private equity investors.
12) The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency ( OCC ) charters , regulates, and supervises all national banks.
13) William Thompson, the New York City comptroller and possible mayoral candidate in 2009, had kind words for Mayor Michael Bloomberg's sound footwork on spending.
14) In fact, David Walker, the comptroller of the currency has been travelling all over the country raising alarms about the coming fiscal problems that we are facing.
15) The U. S. Comptroller of the Currency Department considers that the network actually refers to a number of banks to provide banking systems.
16) You're a topflight comptroller , the best numbers and money man I know anywhere.
17) Mr Badillo will run for the post of city comptroller, now held by a fellow-Democrat, Elizabeth Holtzman.
18) She had to keep up her work as accountant and company comptroller to support the two of them.
19) The sweeteners were uncovered by Whitehall's financial watchdog, John Bourn, comptroller and auditor-general.
20) Typical officers include president, vice - president, secretary, and treasurer ( or comptroller ).
21) "The results, I confess, were somewhat surprising," said John Dugan, the Comptroller of the Currency, who oversaw the study and spoke on a panel with fellow regulators.
22) Other regulators echoed his concerns, including Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Chairman Sheila Bair and Comptroller of the Currency John Dugan.
23) Final responsibility for calculating these reductions rested with the Comptroller General, an official who is removable by joint resolution of Congress.
24) Qujianchaju in charge of the district office of the comptroller , the Urban Land Development Services Center.
25) The board couldn't buffalo the federal courts as it had the Comptroller.
26) The first witness was Gene Dodaro , the Acting Comptroller General at the US Government Accountability Office (GAO).
27) Section II describes the Internet banking "landscape" in the United States, drawing heavily on information collected by Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) national bank examiners.
28) And he has seemingly invited members of the Council to send him legislation that would allow them, the mayor, the comptroller and the public advocate to run for three full terms rather than two.
29) Michael Lee overseas both investment funds and acts as a comptroller for the firm.
30) Institutions generally are closed by their chartering authority – the state regulator, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, or the Office of Thrift Supervision.
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