Intended

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 28 Nov 2017, Tuesday

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The title of intendant (French: intendant [ɛ̃.tɑ̃.dɑ̃], Portuguese and Spanish: intendente) has been used in several countries through history. Traditionally, it refers to the holder of a public administrative office. The title was used and is also commonly found today in many theatres and opera houses in Europe, where it is the equivalent to General Director, a title given to an individual in a managerial position, generally having control over all aspects of the company.


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In Argentina, city mayors are referred to as intendentes. This meaning is not at all connected to the usage in other countries. Spanish-language media in countries other than Argentina tend to refer to Argentine city mayors as alcaldes, which is the most common Spanish word for mayor.

Chile is administratively divided in 15 regions. Each region is headed by an intendant, appointed by the president. The intendants of Chile by region with political parties are:

Intendants were royal civil servants in France under the Old Regime. A product of the centralization policies of the French crown, intendants were appointed “commissions,” and not purchasable hereditary “offices,” which thus prevented the abuse of sales of royal offices and made them more tractable and subservient emissaries of the king. Intendants were sent to supervise and enforce the king’s will in the provinces and had jurisdiction over three areas: finances, policing and justice.

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