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a person holding a government office or job by election or appointment; person in public service.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Tobias thinks of himself as a humble
Everyone's favorite axe-wielding, shades-wearing
has made the jump from web comic to print.
It is ubiquitous in the lowest ring of the
to the higher echelon of the presidency.
Put differently, a
has no right to a private life.
They are meant to distract us from what a
is hired to do.
So he's actually been a
and a good teacher, in that he's opened minds and evoked discussion.
Shriver was the one who had the stuff to come into his own as a political figure and a
He was a supremely dedicated, incorruptible
When elected this
will give the nation pride and vision once again, in its history, and achievements.
In part, perhaps, because he still thought of himself as a
British Dictionary definitions for
an elected or appointed holder of a public office
Austral & NZ
) a member of the public service
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