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1 From the beginning there were vice-chairmen, appointed in consultation with the whips, from each major party in Parliament.
2 The deputy mayor is not vice-chairman of the council.
3 The Gooner also carries an articulate open letter to David Dein,(www.Sentencedict.com) Arsenal's cultured vice-chairman.
4 But, no, the Secretary of State decided to make him joint vice-chairman of his standards task force.
5 His vice-chairman was beginning to look more like his chairman of vice.
6 Vice-chairman Violet Durkan presented him with an inscribed gold watch on behalf of the members.
7 Councillor Bob Cairns, Edinburgh's planning convenor, quit his post as Labour group vice-chairman in protest.
8 Hewitt was co-opted as the replacement for former vice-chairman John Mairs, who recently resigned along with chairman Bert Megarrell.
9 He concluded by thanking vice-chairman Tony Rudgard who has produced the useful monthly newsletter for parish councillors.
10 The Vice-Chairman was unable to fill the vacant position so an interim administration was formed to take us to the next assembly.
11 He was national vice-chairman in 1990-91 before serving as chairman the following year at a time of great change in the Association.
12 Victor Matthews, Trafalgar's vice-chairman, was in the familiar self-made baron mould and duly acquired his barony from Mrs Thatcher.
13 The chairman, vice-chairmen and members of the working commissions shall be appointed or removed by the Standing Committee upon recommendation by its Chairman.
14 Almost all the vice- premiers and most vice-chairmen of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress have made trips abroad.
15 The chairman, vice-chairmen and committee members may be appointed by the China International Chamber of Commerce.
16 When a new director, chairmen or vice-chairmen is appointed, the appointing Party shall notify the board of director and the other Party seven ( 7 ) days in advance.
17 The chairmen and vice-chairmen shall be determined by the parties to the joint venture through consultation or elected by the board of directors.
18 The Chairman, the Vice-Chairmen and the Secretary-General constitute the Council of Chairmen which handles the important day-to-day work of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress.
19 He joined London's team as one of three vice-chairmen two years ago but by May last year he was in charge - taking over from American businesswoman Barbara Cassani.
20 The officers are the Chairman, 3 Vice-chairmen and the Rapporteur; they are also referred to as the Bureau.
21 If the Chinese side or the foreign side assumes the office of the chairman, the other side shall assume the office(s) of the vice-chairman or vice-chairmen.
22 The Arbitration Committee shall be composed of 15 members, including 1 chairman, 2 vice-chairmen and 12 members.
23 Where the Chinese party or the foreign party assumes the office of the chairmen, the other party shall be the vice-chairmen.
24 The Chairman performs the functions and duties vested in him by these Rules and the Vice-Chairmen may also perform the Chairman' functions and duties with the Chairman's authorization.
25 The board shall have one chairman, and may have one to two vice-chairmen. The manner in which the chairman and vice-chairman are selected shall be prescribed by the articles of association.
26 We should also persuade some comrades to take honorary posts, such as members of the political consultative conference or vice-chairmen in the conference of a county or a province.
27 Article 12 An arbitration commission shall comprise a chairman, two to four vice-chairmen and seven to eleven members.
28 A foreign arbitration commission shall comprise one chairman, several vice-chairmen and several committee members.
29 The Central Military Commission is composed of the following: the Chairman; the Vice-Chairmen; and the members.
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