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car czar

car czar
 n.— «The loan program calls for the installation of a government official to monitor the money, and to keep track of whether GM, Chrysler and Ford—if Ford does need to tap into it—stay on track to restructure their business not just for survival but for long-term competitiveness. Already dubbed the car czar, the official would be appointed by outgoing President George W. Bush.» —“Give the car czar real muscle over companies” Detroit Free Press Dec. 10, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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