foreperson

[fawr-pur-suhn, fohr-]
noun
a foreman or forewoman.

Origin:
fore(man) + -person


See -person.
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Example sentences
The jury foreperson told the judge the panel could not ultimately reach a
  verdict on the three remaining counts.
In general, the jury foreperson supervises the order and flow of business in
  the grand jury.
The foreperson shall have power to administer oaths and affirmations and shall
  sign all indictments.
From the persons selected to serve as grand jurors, the court shall appoint a
  foreperson.
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