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1‘the works manager’
executive, head of department, line manager, supervisor, principal, administrator, head, boss, director, managing director, employer, superintendent, foreman, forewoman, overseer
informal chief, head honcho, governor
British informal gaffer, guv'nor
North American informal high muckamuck, straw boss
2‘the band's manager’
organizer, controller, comptroller
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