Maple could very likely have returned to the NYPD as commissioner had he not died of cancer in 2001.
Democrats rallied to defend Koskinen, who was sworn in as IRS commissioner in December 2013.
“He was definitely taken by surprise,” Pennsylvania State Police commissioner Frank Noonan later said.
Just like Mussolini, National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell knows how to make the Super Bowl trains run on time.
The commissioner—no idea how or whether applicants were screened for racial biases.
According to the commissioner Barras, the last was the case.
He was a commissioner, or a board, or a trustee, 'or something.'
commissioner Wright: "What was the feeling of the employes toward Mr. Pullman previous to the strike?"
He was also commissioner of insolvents during 1837 and 1838.
Of all of them the commissioner reports: "They work harder and more hours than men, and receive much less pay."
early 15c., "one appointed by a commission," from Anglo-French commissionaire, from Medieval Latin commissionarius, from commissionem (see commission (n.)). Meaning "member of a commission" is from 1530s.