Origin of bureaucrat
Examples from the Web for bureaucrat
Contemporary Examples of bureaucrat
He concentrates on a handful of characters that includes a doctor, a bureaucrat, a criminal, a priest, and a journalist.Albert Camus, Our Existential Epidemiologist
October 17, 2014
After all, there will always be a bureaucrat, politician, or judge eager to set the limits on what is unacceptably offensive.Can a Tweet Put You in Prison? It Certainly Will in the UK
January 23, 2014
But one kinda doubts a bureaucrat would lie and then demand a retraction.Weekly Jobless Claims Riddle Semi-Solved
October 12, 2012
In another, the bureaucrat Maligin is afraid of standing out.Is This Anti-Soviet Art?
October 22, 2011
A bureaucrat goes into a library one day and pulls a poem off a shelf, and it changes the world.The Book That Changed the World
October 7, 2011
Historical Examples of bureaucrat
This bureaucrat was continually refusing Roosevelt's applications because they were irregular.Theodore Roosevelt and His Times
If I had known of the order, short work would have been made of the bureaucrat who issued it.Theodore Roosevelt
The bureaucrat inevitably cares more for routine than for results.The World's Greatest Books, Vol XII.
His rule will be that of thought and of commerce, not that of the bureaucrat and the soldier.My Mission to London 1912-1914
A slow smile spread itself over the ample features of the bureaucrat.The Lonely Unicorn
1839, from French bureaucrate (19c.); see bureaucracy.