лежащий; возлежащий; возложенный; налегший всей тяжестью; занимающий определенный официальный пост;
лицо, занимающее должность; священник, имеющий приход
- The incumbent of St Mark's, the Rev. Claude Lionel Chavasse, suggested that the window might contain a view of St Mark's itself in the background.
- In their wisdom Ciaran Fitzgerald and his selectors decided to dispense with the incumbent, Rob Saunders, and bring Aherne back for his thirteenth Irish cap.
- It was not enough for voters to be dissatisfied with an incumbent Tory government.
- Injury has ruled out the current incumbent at No 10, Llanelli's Colin Stephens, leaving his two biggest rivals the chance to impress selectors.
- But there can also be detected an incumbent's complacency after years of huge majorities and easy victories; a slight resentment, almost, at having to fight an election at all.
- His retirement in January 1 989 left, inevitably, a much more indirect relationship between London and the new incumbent, President George Bush.
- In case (ii) the value of z is updated to z k and the incumbent solution replaced by (or defined to be, if there is no current incumbent) the optimal solution of LPk.
- For one thing, Erik Quistgaard, the present incumbent, does not want to go.
- Number twos tend therefore to be passed over (except for the top job in America, for which agreeably relaxed standards of industry have been set by a recent incumbent).
- The next incumbent was John Selwyn Gummer, who doesn't really count.
- And the woman of Chicago, Illinois, who chose to punish the incumbent senator from that state, Alan Dickson, for voting for Thomas in the Senate hearings.
- The reason for this is fairly obvious; when people are confused and insecure (as many Catholics are especially today) it is incumbent on all of us who teach and preach (in whatever capacity) to have a proper respect for the needs and weaknesses of those who may be listening.
- The "absence" of international issues is, however, in many ways an illusion: one can say that if formal controversy over foreign policy was markedly absent from the campaign, international factors played a major role in shaping it, and, even more so, to affect the future course of British politics, whatever the incumbent government does.