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Vice presidents (Government employees)


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    • found: Work cat.: Nguyễn, Thị Bình. Gia đình, bạn bè và đất nước. French. Ma famille, mes amis et mon pays, 2015:p. 11 (ancienne Vice-Présidente de l'État [former Vice-President of Vietnam])
    • found: Wikipedia, Dec. 9, 2016:Nguyễn Thị Bình (The National Assembly elected her twice to the position of Vice President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam for the terms 1992-1997 and 1997-2002)
    • found: LCSH, Dec. 9, 2016(Vice-Presidents)
    • found: Merriam-Webster dictionary online, Dec. 9, 2016(vice president 1. an officer next in rank to a president and usually empowered to serve as president in that officer's absence or disability. 2. any of several officers serving as a president's deputies in charge of particular locations or functions)
    • found: Dictionary.com unabridged, Dec. 9, 2016(vice president or vice-president 1. an officer next in rank to a president who serves as president in the president's absence. 2. an officer next in rank to a president who serves as a deputy to the president or oversees a special division or function. 3. (initial capital letters) U.S. Government. the officer of this rank who is elected at the same time as the president and who succeeds to the presidency on the resignation, removal, death, or disability of the president)
    • found: Cambridge dictionary online, Dec. 9, 2016(vice president: the elected official immediately below the president who is elected with the president every four years; A vice president is also a high-ranking employee in a company, usually one of several, in charge of a particular department)
    • found: Oxford English dictionary website, Dec. 9, 2016(vice president: An official or executive ranking below and deputizing for a president)
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