Managing [adjective]

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Mr Cutbill, the managing partner of the London house, received him with profound respect and pleasure.

He was skilful in out-door railway work, and an adept in managing trains and traffic.

And it might be a year or two before a superintendent could be found capable in every way of managing so complicated a ranch.

Evening following your instructions, had to see managing clerk of Kedge and Reck; was engaged on a little matter for them.

The complication of business has led to the adoption of another principle in managing corporations.

All thinking and managing fell to my Maggie's share, and I had as little care on my hands as one of my own boys—poor fellows.

It is what people call a difficult, dangerous age, and the grander she is, the greater danger of not managing her rightly.

The Englishman who had been active in managing the escape of Goodman was both fined and imprisoned.

Alfred Boucher conceived a strong admiration for the managing editor, who treated him as a friend.

Nay, by managing its own work and following its own happy inspiration, youth is doing the best it can to endow the leisure of age.