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com•mis•sion•er



Pronunciation: (ku-mish'u-nur), [key]
n.
1. a person commissioned to act officially; member of a commission.
2. a government official or representative in charge of a department or district: the police commissioner; the commissioner of a colony.
3. an official chosen by an athletic association to exercise broad administrative or judicial authority: the baseball commissioner.

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