controllership
noun see controller

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Controllership — Con*trol ler*ship, n. The office of a controller. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • controllership — con·trol·ler·ship …   English syllables

  • controllership — noun the position of controller • Derivationally related forms: ↑controller • Hypernyms: ↑position, ↑post, ↑berth, ↑office, ↑spot, ↑billet, ↑place, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • controller — controllership, n. /keuhn troh leuhr/, n. 1. an employee, often an officer, of a business firm who checks expenditures, finances, etc.; comptroller. 2. a person who regulates, directs, or restrains. 3. Brit. Aeron. a dispatcher. 4. a regulating… …   Universalium

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  • Stuart Murphy — (born 1971) was the first channel controller of BBC Three, which launched in February 2003. As the first Controller of BBC Three he oversaw a channel budget of £93m, commissioning comedy shows such as Little Britain, Nighty Night, The Mighty… …   Wikipedia

  • Chaucer, Geoffrey — (ca. 1343–1400)    Geoffrey Chaucer was the most admired and influential writer of the English Middle Ages. Known chiefly as a narrative poet, particularly for his varied collection of CANTERBURY TALES (ca. 1387–1400) and his tragic verse ROMANCE …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

  • controller — noun Etymology: Middle English countreroller, from Anglo French contreroulur, from contreroule Date: 15th century 1. a. comptroller 1 b. comptroller 2 c. the chief accounting officer of a business …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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