Before even issuing an arrest warrant for the [ousted] president, they did that.
president Obama is certainly trying to curb the military's expenditures—how could he not?
Michael Clinton, president of marketing at Hearst, just ran a marathon in Antarctica.
Even Vladimir Putin, the president, said “obviously they are not pirates” but he insisted that they must be held to account.
There is no more ideal candidate for the president to run against than Governor Rombot himself.
During the Pierce administration he was physician to the president's family.
To tempt me because you happened to be president and a girl loves to lead?
No president, probably, was ever so much annoyed by the clergy as Lincoln.
The president explained that this meant ruin for the people of the town.
He was president of the Dover National Bank from 1858 to 1874.
late 14c., "appointed governor of a province; chosen leader of a body of persons," from Old French president and directly from Latin praesidentum (nominative praesidens) "president, governor," noun use of present participle of praesidere "to act as head or chief" (see preside).
In Middle English of heads of religious houses, hospitals, colleges and universities. First use for "chief executive officer of a republic" is in U.S. Constitution (1787), from earlier American use for "officer in charge of the Continental Congress" (1774), a sense derived from that of "chosen head of a meeting or group of persons," which is from Middle English. It had been used of chief officers of banks from 1781, of individual colonies since 1608 (originally Virginia) and heads of colleges since mid-15c. Slang shortening prez is recorded from 1883. Fem. form presidentess is attested from 1763.