The most powerful agenda, of course, is that of the chief executive.
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K is for Ezra Klein, clever policy pisher and Obamacare's blogger in chief.
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He felt that he had been used unjustly; after all, he was not a wizard—what did the chief expect!
He also is the chief of the police force and catches the thieves.
The chief rose, and in a few very appropriate words bade the strangers welcome to his country.
It is not the name of the action, but the result of the action, which is the chief concern.
First I went to the western end where the chief's son stood.
c.1300, "highest in rank or power; most important or prominent; supreme, best," from Old French chief "chief, principal, first" (10c., Modern French chef), from Vulgar Latin *capum (also source of Spanish and Portuguese cabo, Italian capo, Provençal cap), from Latin caput "head," also "leader, guide, chief person; summit; capital city" (see capitulum).
c.1300, "head, leader, captain; the principal or most important part of anything;" from Old French chief "leader, ruler, head" of something, "capital city" (10c., Modern French chef), from Vulgar Latin *capum, from Latin caput "head," also "leader, chief person; summit; capital city" (see capitulum). Meaning "head of a clan" is from 1570s; later extended to American Indian tribes. Commander-in-chief attested from 1660s.