Some articles on inspectors, inspector:
... The 1822 Act established a force in each province with chief constables and inspectors general under the control of the UK civil administration for Ireland at Dublin ... in nature, similar to that of the British Army of the period Inspector-General (insignia of a Lieutenant-General) Deputy Inspector General (insignia of a Major-General) Assistant Inspector General (insignia of a ... Sir Neville Chamberlain was appointed Inspector-General in 1900 ...
... Inspector-General (insignia of a Lieutenant-General) Deputy Inspector-General (insignia of a Major-General) Commissioner (insignia of a Brigadier) County Inspector (insignia of ...
Famous quotes containing the words inspector and/or district:
“Inspector Clouseau: Do I detect something in your voice that says I am in disfavor with you?
Chief Inspector Dreyfus: Yes. I wish you were dead.
Inspector Clouseau: Well, of course, you are entitled to your opinion.”
—Blake Edwards (b. 1922)
“Most works of art, like most wines, ought to be consumed in the district of their fabrication.”
—Rebecca West (18921983)