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general manager
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • Who was the general manager of tie factory?
  • There were reports from the general managers of the four Regions of the Taggart system, their pages a typewritten cry of despair over the breakdowns of equipment.
  • He called the Region Headquarters of Taggart Transcontinental at Omaha, Nebraska, and begged to speak to the general manager of the region.
  • The man who came on the wire was the assistant general manager of the Iowa-Minnesota District.
  • Ryan had been the general manager of the railroad’s Central Region.
  • Want to be general manager of a region?
  • He asked to speak to the assistant general manager in charge of his particular district; but the assistant was out of town for the week end and could not be reached.
  • There was a brief silence on the wire, then the voice of the Omaha operator told him that the general manager had resigned and vanished three days ago-"over a little trouble with Mr. Locey," the voice added.
  • But they went to their usual posts and went on with their habitual routine, pulling levers, pressing buttons, feeding leather into automatic cutters, piling boxes on a moving belt, wondering, as the hours went by, why they did not catch sight of the foreman, or the superintendent, or the general manager, or the company president.
  • The cars carried five thousand tons of copper, bound from a mine in Arizona to the Rearden mills, Rearden telephoned the general manager of the Atlantic Southern, but the answer he received was: "Oh God, Mr. Rearden, how can we tell?

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  • The general manager denied the rumors of a trade.
  • I ring up the wrong charge for customers twice and have to call for Jed, my uncle’s general manager, to come override it.
    Lauren Oliver  --  Delirium

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