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(of a meeting or seminar) To exercise authority or control over; to preside over
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To be in charge or command of
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To exert influence over or dictate the outcome of
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To look after and make decisions about
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Act as an official in charge of something, especially a sporting event
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(of a discussion or meeting) To preside over
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Have power and influence over
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To look after and make decisions about
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To look after and make decisions about
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To designate a date earlier than the actual one
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Be in authority
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To look after and make decisions about
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To be the editor of a publication
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To exercise authority or power over
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To look after and make decisions about
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To go or come before in time
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Have power over; prevail
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To conduct or control the affairs of
Adjective
Alert
Noun
Reports of recent events or facts
Adjective
Alert and vigilant
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A published statement informing the public of a matter of general interest
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Be wary
Noun
News or information
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Military or political information
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Notification or warning of something, especially to allow preparations to be made
Adjective
Watchful and attentive
Adjective
Paying close attention usually for the purpose of anticipating approaching danger or opportunity
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The act or an instance of telling beforehand of danger or risk
Adjective
Quickly and critically discerning
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Sly, cunning, full of tricks
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Of acute discernment
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An advance warning
Adjective
Intelligent and making good judgments
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Having, showing, or done with good judgement or sense
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Having or showing shrewdness and good judgement, especially in money or business matters
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Shrewd
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Penetrating in perception or insight
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Having or showing quickness of mind
Noun
A displayed sheet or placard giving news or information
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A warning of danger
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An official or legal warning given to someone who has committed a minor offence but has not been charged, to the effect that further action will be taken if they commit another such offence
Adjective
Having the ability to perceive, especially to perceive quickly
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Direct and forceful
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Skillful with the hands
Noun
Anything that serves to remind
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