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1 I shall be pleased to preside at your meetings.
2 Judge Langdale is to preside over the official enquiry into the case.
3 The chairman will preside over an audience of architects and developers.
4 Who would be the best person to preside at/over the public enquiry?
5 They asked if I would preside at the committee meeting.
6 The minister was asked to preside at the independence ceremonies of the small island state.
7 A pair of large stone lions preside massively over the approach to the Summer Palace.
8 Would I preside at one of these meetings?
9 They preside over the fastest increasing crime rate in our history.
10 I was not paid to preside over disasters - however noble the cause.
11 Bell was appointed to preside over an abolition which, in the event, proved impossible.
12 He could preside without being too much the centre of attention.
13 Convene and Preside over the Arbitration Jury.
14 Who will preside at the meeting?
15 I am glad to preside at this banquet.
16 Who will preside at the committee meeting today?
17 I was not paid to preside over disasters.
18 Mr Smith will preside at the next meeting.
19 Tom will preside over the ceremony.
20 It'seems to preside over London like a benevolent.
21 The chairperson of the creditors'meeting shall preside over creditors'meetings.
22 It has not been decided yet who will preside at the meeting.
23 Some people believe that the Fates preside over man's destiny.
24 He is paid $ 148,[www.Sentencedict.com] 400 a year to preside over what is the largest civilian agency in the executive branch.
25 Thus, in the absence of the chairman the ranking majority member of a committee would preside.
26 Now he must study the times in which we live and the period in which he is to preside over the republic.
27 A family bench may include a stipendiary magistrate in which case he must preside.
28 Unity and the Communists also agreed on who should preside over the parliamentary commissions.
29 Nevertheless, legislation still required his sanction, and he continued to preside over cabinet meetings.
30 No one any longer seriously believes that Marie and Eleanor actually did preside over such tribunals.
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