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used in Running in the Family

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act in an official capacity — such as when enforcing rules at a sports event or presiding over a wedding ceremony
  • Major Robinson, who ran the prison, would officiate at the tournaments.
    p. 40.9
  • Why did she not tell me the story—this demure woman in a sari who was once "bath prefect" at Bishop's College Girl's School, who officiated over the cleansing of my lean five-year-old nakedness?
    p. 139.7

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