the Staff of a Government Officer in The Time Of The Memphite Dynasties
- v officer direct or command as an officer
- n officer any person in the armed services who holds a position of authority or command "an officer is responsible for the lives of his men"
- n officer someone who is appointed or elected to an office and who holds a position of trust "he is an officer of the court","the club elected its officers for the coming year"
- n officer a person authorized to serve in a position of authority on a vessel "he is the officer in charge of the ship's engines"
- n officer a member of a police force "it was an accident, officer"
Additional illustrations & photos:
the Levying of The Tax: The Taxpayer in The Scribe's Office
The First Post-office in the Sky
"The commanding officer advanced towards the bier."
The Post Office, Churt
Dugouts built for German officers
PORTRAIT OF AN OFFICER IN THE BLUES
A BRITISH SUBMARINE DETAILED FOR INSTRUCTION OF MERCHANT OFFICERS
INSTRUCTIONAL ANTI-SUBMARINE COURSE FOR MERCHANT OFFICERS AT GLASGOW
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
India has the most post offices in the world
- Officer One who holds an office; a person lawfully invested with an office, whether civil, military, or ecclesiastical; as, a church officer; a police officer; a staff officer.
"I am an officer of state."
- Officer (U. S. Mil) Specifically, a commissioned officer, in distinction from a warrant officer or an enlisted man.
- Officer To command as an officer; as, veterans from old regiments officered the recruits.
- Officer To furnish with officers; to appoint officers over.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
You can send a postcard from Hell. There is a small town located in the Cayman Islands called "Hell." They even have a post office
- n officer One who holds an office, or to whom has been intrusted a share in the management or direction of some business or undertaking, such as a society, corporation, company, etc., or who fills some position involving responsibility, to which he has been formally appointed.
- n officer Specifically, a person holding a public office, under a national, state, or municipal government, and authorized thereby to exercise some specific function: as, an officer of the Treasury Department; a custom-house or excise officer; law officers; a court officer. In constitutional provisions and statutes regulating the appointment, tenure, emoluments, etc., of public officers, the designations “officers,” “civil officers,” “public officers.” “executive officers,” “judicial officers,” “legislative officers,” “administrative officers,” and the like commonly have in American law peculiar meanings dependent on the connection in which the phrases are used, and on other provisions of law necessary to be considered with them.
- n officer Used absolutely: One who holds a commission in the army or navy. In the army general officers are those whose command extends to a body of forces composed of several regiments, as generals, lieutenant-generals, major-generals, and brigadiers. Staff-officers belong to the general stair, and include the quartermaster-general, adjutant-general, aides-de-camp, etc. Commissioned officers, in the British army, include colonels, lieutenant-colonels, and majors (field-officers), and captains, lieutenants, and sub-lieutenants (company officers), and are appointed by a commission from the crown or from a lord lieutenant; in the United States army these hold their commissions from the President, the lowest grade being that of second lieutenant. Brevet officers are those who hold a nominal rank above that for which they receive pay. Non-commissioned officers are usually appointed by the commanding officers of the regiments, and are intermediate between commissioned officers and private soldiers, as sergeant-majors, quartermaster-sergeants, sergeants, corporals, and drum- and fife-majors. Officers in the navy are distinguished as commissioned officers, holding their commissions in the British navy from the lords of the Admiralty and in the United States navy from the President; warrant officers, holding warrants in the British navy from the Admiralty, and in the United States navy from the Secretary of the Navy, as boatswains, gunners, carpenters, and sailmakers; and petty officers, appointed by the captain or officer commanding the ship. Officers in the navy are also classed as line or combatant officers, and staff or non-combatant officers, the latter comprising paymasters, and medical, commissariat, and other civil officers. See line, 14.
- n officer In the law of corporations, one who holds an office, such as a director or cashier, as distinguished from one who is an employee, as a bookkeeper. It is disputed whether a bank-teller is properly included in the designation of officers or not. The question would often be determined by a reference to the charter or by-laws of the particular bank. More specifically, in popular use, an officer is an executive officer, such as the president, secretary, or treasurer, as distinguished from a member of the board of directors or an employee.
- n officer A policeman, constable, or beadle.
- n officer In some honorary orders, a member of higher rank than the lowest; in the Legion of Honor, the degree next higher than that of chevalier or knight.
- officer To minister; be of service.
- officer To furnish with officers; appoint officers over.
- officer To serve as officers for.
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
From 1939 to 1942, there was a undersea post office in the Bahamas
- Officer one who holds an office: a person who performs some public duty: a person entrusted with responsibility in the army or navy
It was actually done over and over again to give the British officer ranking authority over the American officers.
"The History of the American Expedition Fighting the Bolsheviki" by Joel R. Moore
He was in undress uniform, and I judged, rightly as it turned out, that he was a Spanish officer.
"At the Point of the Sword" by Herbert Hayens
Only one officer at a time kept deck watch, and only one engineer officer down below.
"Dave Darrin After The Mine Layers" by H. Irving Hancock
In the four battles the British lost 92 officers and 1259 men killed, and 315 officers and 4570 men wounded.
"Our Soldiers" by W.H.G. Kingston
The ticket-office seemed quite deserted when they entered.
"Under the Rebel's Reign" by Charles Neufeld
Post office or no post office, there was the mail.
"Land of the Burnt Thigh" by Edith Eudora Kohl
A Union officer, Capt.
"Lights and Shadows in Confederate Prisons" by Homer B. Sprague
The three midshipmen stood together, holding on to the weather bulwarks with some of the gun-room officers.
"The Three Midshipmen" by W.H.G. Kingston
But the real problems of office work are solved only in the office.
"The Canadian Girl at Work" by Marjory MacMurchy
The object of my mission was to organise communications with these officers.
"My Reminiscences of the Anglo-Boer War" by Ben Viljoen
He never joined their daily mess,
Nor asked them to his own,
But chaffed in gay and social way
The officers alone.
"The Martinet" by William Schwenck Gilbert
Swith to the officer he gaed,
Was highest in comman'—
Quo' he, "The Monklan' man's gane mad,
As I can understan'."
"Ballad of The Monkland Cottar" by Janet Hamilton
HERE, pent about by office walls
And barren eyes all day,
’Tis sweet to think of waterfalls
Two hundred miles away!
"Dungog" by Henry Kendall
And well may the schemers in office beware
The swift retribution that waits upon crime,
When the lion, RESISTANCE, shall leap from his lair,
With a fury that renders his vengeance sublime.
"Coercion: A Poem For Then And Now" by John Reuben Thompson
Then lifebelts were tied round the women and children
By the brave officers and gallant seamen;
While the storm fiend did laugh and angry did roar,
When he saw the boats filled with passengers going towards the shore.
"The Wreck of the Steamer 'Mohegan'" by William Topaz McGonagall
Then with a ringing cheer, and at the word of command,
They bounded after their leaders, and made a bold stand;
And, dashing across the open ground with their officers at their head,
They drove the enemy from their position without any dread.
"The Storming of the Dargai Heights" by William Topaz McGonagall
Previous offices held include several township offices, county zoning board of appeals, soil and water conservation district board.
Officer comes forward in case of LPD officers against LPD and LCG.
A former Winona County juvenile probation officer has been named Officer of the Year by the Minnesota Association of Women Police Officers.
Now, Santa Paula Police Senior Officer Jeremy Watson has been named the Kiwanis Law Day Officer of the Year.
The Sedgwick County District Attorney Office has cleared two Wichita Police Officers in the March 10th 2012 shooting death of Marquez Smart in Old Town.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office concluded Tuesday that a Downey police officer acted lawfully when he shot and killed a man mistakenly believed to be a robbery suspect just over a year ago.
A Storm Lake police officer Thursday shot a rotweiler after the animal attacked a letter carrier and another officer.
Don Martin, the department's public information officer, said officers were setting up a perimeter to find the man.
Doctor Jean-Baptiste's attorney says another physician is now doing lipo at the office, and the doctor himself said by phone no one is performing the procedure at his office.
Four years ago, Chris Liter ran for a public office and at that time I felt he was the most qualified for the office of magistrate.
Office dA, Boston A computer rendering by Office dA of Boston shows how a portion of Euclid Avenue, now a parking lot, could be transformed with stylish contemporary apartments as part of the $300 million Uptown project.
Officers from the Salem County Sheriff's Office took Craig Jones, 28, into custody in Penns Grove on an outstanding Salem County child support warrant for $16,430.89.
John Thomas Kelash, 28, Pierz was charged Sept 27, with one felony count of fourth degree assault of a peace officer , and one gross misdemeanor charge of fourth degree assault of a peace officer .
Charles Jackson was formally charged with assaulting a peace officer on Wednesday, after a Sept 30 incident in which prosecutors said he was aggressive with Sterling Police and had to be held down by several officers.
The El Paso County Sheriff's Office tells us that the post office was closed shortly before 10:00 am Monday.
Flight tickets can be delivered three ways: e-ticket, delivery to an address or pick up from an nearby agent office.
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