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Executive

Executive may refer to:

  • Executive (government), branch of government that has sole authority and responsibility for the daily administration of the state bureaucracy
  • Executive (senior management), senior manager in a corporation
  • Account executive, a job title given by a number of marketing agencies to usually trainee staff, who report to account managers
  • Executive (operating system), the operating system for the ICL 290x range of computers
  • Executive car, British term that refers to a car's size and is used to describe an automobile larger than a large family car
  • Executive functions or executive system, theorized cognitive system in psychology that controls and manages other cognitive processes
  • The Executive, fictional belt-less raincoat in the American sitcom Seinfeld
  • The Windows Executive, internal part of modern Microsoft Windows operating systems
  • Executive paper size (often 7.25 by 10.5 inches (184 mm × 267 mm))
  • Chrysler Executive, a car offered 1983–1986
  • Sinclair Executive, an electronic calculator offered in the early 1970s

See also

  • Executive order, an edict issued by a member of the executive branch of a government
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