Public Servant

  • (noun): Someone who holds a government position (either by election or appointment).

Some articles on public servant, public:

List Of Old Boys Of St Aloysius' College - Politics, Public Service and The Law
... Riverview) Robert Arthur Broinowski – Public servant and poet Clerk of the Australian Senate (1939–1942) Sir Maurice Byers Kt CBE QC – Solicitor-General of Australia during the Australian ... Hockey is presently Shadow Treasurer Francis Keane – a public servant and magistrate Michael L'Estrange AO – a former Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade a ...
Tomb Of Eurysaces The Baker - Monument
... of Marcus Vergilius Eurysaces, baker, contractor, public servant." While the final word in this quote, "Apparet", is often translated as public servant, the actual Latin word for a public ...
Prevention Of Corruption Act, 1988 - Provisions - Chapter III: Offences and Penalties
... in respect of an official act, and if the public servant is found guilty shall be punishable with imprisonment which shall be not less than 6 months but which may extend to 5 years and shall also be liable ... Taking gratification in order to influence public servant, by corrupt or illegal means, shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which shall be not less than six months but which may extend to ... for exercise of personal influence with public servant shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term which shall be not less than six months but which may extend to five ...
William Polk (colonel) - Life After The Revolution - Politician, Public Servant, and Prominent Citizen
... Polk was among the Continental Army officers who founded the North Carolina Society of the Cincinnati on October 23, 1783 ... After the death of his first wife in 1799, he moved to property on Blount Street in Raleigh ...

Famous quotes containing the words servant and/or public:

    But only speak the word, and let my servant be healed.
    Bible: New Testament, Luke 7:7.

    Centurion, by word of messenger, to Jesus.

    He who doesn’t know how to be a servant should never be allowed to be a master; the interests of public life are alien to anyone who is unable to enjoy others’ successes, and such a person should never be entrusted with public affairs.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)