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officers, plural;
  1. Provide with military officers
    • - the aristocracy continued to wield considerable political power, officering the army
  2. Act as the commander of (a unit)
    • - foreign mercenaries were hired to officer new regiments
  1. A person holding a position of command or authority in the armed services, in the merchant marine, or on a passenger ship

  2. A policeman or policewoman

  3. A bailiff

  4. A holder of a public, civil, or ecclesiastical office
    • - a probation officer
    • - the chief medical officer
  5. A holder of a post in a society, company, or other organization, esp. one who is involved at a senior level in its management
    • - a chief executive officer
  6. A member of a certain grade in some honorary orders

  1. military officer: any person in the armed services who holds a position of authority or command; "an officer is responsible for the lives of his men"
  2. direct or command as an officer
  3. officeholder: someone who is appointed or elected to an office and who holds a position of trust; "he is an officer of the court"; "the club elected its officers for the coming year"
  4. policeman: a member of a police force; "it was an accident, officer"
  5. a person authorized to serve in a position of authority on a vessel; "he is the officer in charge of the ship's engines"
  6. Seafarers hold a variety of professions and ranks, and each of these roles carries unique responsibilities which are integral to the successful operation of a seafaring vessel. ...
  7. (Officers (video game)) Officers is a World War II real time strategy game developed by 3A Games and published by Tri Synergy. It was released on 29th May 2009 in Europe and released in the USA on 14th July 2009 for PC.
  8. One who has a position of authority in a hierarchical organization, especially in military, police or government organizations; One who holds a public office; An agent or servant imparted with the ability, to some degree, to act on initiative; A simple contraction of the term "commissioned ...
  9. (Officers) Individuals appointed by the board of directors who are responsible for carrying out the board's policies and for making day-to-day decisions.
  10. Officers are people who are appointed by the directors. They manage the daily affairs of the corporation. A corporation's officers usually consist of a president, vice-president, treasurer and secretary. In most states, one person can hold all of these positions.
  11. (Officers) elected representatives of the union. The President of Local 13500 is Sandy Kmetyk and the Secretary-Treasurer is Terri Senich. ...
  12. (OFFICERS) Ernest M. Anderson - President - Mob: 001 859 963 2630 - Email Ernest
  13. (OFFICERS) SCA folk who hold official positions in a local group. The SENESCHAL is the chairperson and general organizer; the EXCHEQUER does the accounting; the MARSHAL supervises fighting practices; the CHATELAINE welcomes and supports new members; the CHRONICLER publishes the local newsletter; ...
  14. (Officers (Judges, Magistrates, Lawyers ...)) and Experts (Psychologists, Social Workers, ...) involved in evaluations and channeling of decisions are significant custodial entities as soon as a Court of Law becomes a custodial entity
  15. (Officers) 1) people appointed to positions of authority in a government; 2) people appointed to positions of rank and authority in the armed services
  16. (Officers) CEO: Advertising & Marketing
  17. (Officers) Corporate employees responsible for the day-to-day operation of the business.
  18. (Officers) General name applicable to all persons concerned with the administration of justice, but commonly used only for the class of officers whose duty is to serve in the courts.
  19. (Officers) The bylaws of a cooperative usually describe several positions to be held by member in the cooperative; these positions can be President, Secretary, Vice President, Treasurer, and so on. Sometimes a legal document will require the signature of corporate officers. ...
  20. (Officers) Those members of the Legislature who are elected by the membership of their respective houses at the beginning of each session. Assembly officers include: Speaker, Speaker pro Tempore, Chief Clerk, Sergeant-at-Arms. ...
  21. (Officers) members and staff elected by the Senate as leadership. This includes the Lieutenant Governor who is the President of the Senate, the President Pro Tem-pore, the Majority and Minority Floor Leaders, the Assistant Majority and Minority Floor Leaders, the Majority and Minority Whips and ...
  22. The Deck Officers, in order of command, are - Captain, Staff Captain, Chief Officer, First Officer(s). The Captain is first in command of the ship. As second in command, the Staff Captain is fully capable of assuming command of the ship, if necessary. ...
  23. A Director, Secretary or Manager of a company.
  24. A member of the LAFD at or above the rank of Captain.
  25. A member of the armed forces who acts as a leader, planner, and director of military activities and personnel. Officers are usually college graduates but high school graduates can work their way up. Officers hold the rank of second lieutenant or ensign or above. ...