We believe that we may be close to such an impasse, and we want to present the commandant with options.
He is a graduate of the Kakul academy and was also its commandant at one point in his career.
A flustered Coast Guard commandant, Paul Yost, told Congress that Exxon was doing “the most that can be done.”
“I am a big fan of General Amos, the Marine Corps commandant, now at the two-and-a-half-year mark in that job,” he says.
Not so fast on women in combat, says the commandant of the Marine Corps, General James Amos.
The commandant seemed on the verge of an explosion, but checked himself.
commandant Raynal was amazed at all this, and asked what the deuce was the matter.
In a quarter of an hour they brought the commandant thirty yards of pipes.
He did so, and held the door wide for the commandant to enter.
Then at length the commandant saw, but too late, his folly: he ran into his garden, whither he was pursued and killed.
1680s, from French commandant "the one commanding" originally "commanding," present participle of commander (Old French comander) "to order, enjoin;" see command (v.). Similar formation in Spanish and Italian comandante.