Deputy


Deputy

Deputy bezeichnet:

Im Allgemeinen steht der Begriff im englischen Sprachraum für einen stellvertretenden Amtsinhaber.

Deputies steht für:

  • Board of Deputies of British Jews, engl. Abgeordnetenausschuss der britischen Juden
  • House of Deputies, Abordnung der Priester, Diakonen, und Laien der US-amerikanischen Anglikanischen Kirche


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