Some articles on executive:
... On 4 May, he resigned in order to make way for the Executive Commission, which he declined to join. 24 February 1848 – 6 May 1848 Succeeded by Executive Commission Chairman of the Provisional Government of the French Republic 24 February 1848 – 6 May 1848 Heads of State of France Styled President of ...
... Cadet Colonel, 6 Gold Chevrons) Regimental Executive Officer (Cadet Lieutenant Colonel, 5 Gold Chevrons w/ Star underneath) S-1 (Cadet Major, 5 Gold Chevrons) S-2 (Cadet Major) S-3 (Cadet Major ...
... was a proper use of Supreme Court power to check the executive branch ... courts, especially the Supreme Court." Courts are poor check on executive power ... and specifically the Supreme Court) act as checks on the Executive and Legislative branches he argues that because the courts must wait, sometimes for years, for cases to wend their ...
... Fowlds, English actor 1937 – Peter Ueberroth, American sport executive 1938 – Mary Jo Catlett, American actress 1938 – Clarence Felder, American actor 1938 ... (Martha and the Vandellas) 1943 – Glen Sather, Canadian ice hockey player and executive 1943 – Joe Simon, American singer-songwriter and producer 1944 – Janet Simpson, English sprinter (d. 1951 – Jim DeMint, American politician 1951 – Jon Feltheimer, American film executive 1951 – Michael Gray, American actor 1951 – Mark Harmon, American actor 1951 – Mik Kaminski, English ...
... In addition to giving the Executive Council a large majority of African ministers, it created an assembly, half the elected members of which were to come from the ... Executive power remained in British hands, and the legislature was tailored to permit control by traditionalist interests ... In 1952 the position of prime minister was created and the Executive Council became the cabinet ...
More definitions of "executive":
- (noun): Persons who administer the law.
- (noun): A person responsible for the administration of a business.
Synonyms: executive director
- (adj): Having the function of carrying out plans or orders etc..
Example: "The executive branch"
Famous quotes containing the word executive:
“To me the sole hope of human salvation lies in teaching Man to regard himself as an experiment in the realization of God, to regard his hands as Gods hand, his brain as Gods brain, his purpose as Gods purpose. He must regard God as a helpless Longing, which longed him into existence by its desperate need for an executive organ.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“When you give power to an executive you do not know who will be filling that position when the time of crisis comes.”
—Ernest Hemingway (18991961)
“... the wife of an executive would be a better wife had she been a secretary first. As a secretary, you learn to adjust to the bosss moods. Many marriages would be happier if the wife would do that.”
—Anne Bogan, U.S. executive secretary. As quoted in Working, book 1, by Studs Terkel (1973)