Definition of Chairmaned
1. chairman [v] - See also: chairman
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Literary usage of Chairmaned
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Lesson of Popular Government by Gamaliel Bradford (1899)
"... with " all the committees selected by the machine, and chairmaned by men who know no will but that of Senator Quay," so that thus ..."
2. Readings on Parties and Elections in the United States by Chester Lloyd Jones (1912)
"chairmaned by men who know no will but that of Senator Quay. Thus his machine absolutely controls all revenues and tax legislation. ..."
3. Paraguay on Shannon: The Price of a Political Priesthood ; Remarks on Policy by Frank Hugh O'Donnell (1908)
"... (3) the trial and liberation of the raiders; (4) the public meeting of congratulation to the raiders, chairmaned by a parish priest, supported by three ..."
4. The Development of Ballistic Missiles in the United States Air Force, 1945-1960 by Jacob Neufeld (1990)
"This Committee will be chairmaned by the Deputy Secretary of Defense with the Assistant Secretary of ..."