Director (West's Encyclopedia of American Law)
One who supervises, regulates, or controls.
A director is the head of an organization, either elected or appointed, who generally has certain powers and duties relating to management or administration. A corporation's board of directors is composed of a group of people who are elected by the shareholders to make important company policy decisions.
Director has been used synonymously with manager.
(The entire section is 61 words.)
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