And on Tuesday, admissions director Mae Brown apologized for the goof, calling it an “administrative error.”
Basically, another soldier must take her place, plus the administrative overhead of transfers on both ends.
Cryptically, he added that he would like women to have more leadership roles in administrative and pastoral activities.
By June, Kabha was again taken from his home in Jenin and placed in administrative detention.
By that autumn, a cabinet member's administrative order erased the pre-war boundaries from Israel's maps.
The Southern Rhodesia administrative account showed a surplus revenue of 17,125l.
The powers of the ordinary council are administrative rather than legislative.
He was the responsible head in the judicial, administrative, and military spheres.
This assembly would nominate an administrative council of ten members.
It was mapped out into administrative divisions, and those divisions were administered according to a general law.