Mother was in Calcutta, joyously supervising the wedding preparations.
Supervising our work, working himself, Captain Nemo passed near me just then.
He hastened below to personally supervise the task, and Bass, a very much astonished boy, was set free.
But even with such a large household to manage, she found time to supervise the early schooling of her youngest son.
She engages the servants, and if necessary, dismisses them; she sees the cook, orders meals, goes to the market, or at least supervises the cook's market orders, and likewise engages and apportions the work of the men servants.
He it was who through another superintendent supervised the mailing and the stock room, and by reason of his great executive ability was coming to have a threatening control over the advertising and circulation departments.
Some men have secretaries who take care of their desks and papers and supervise the janitor who cleans the floors and windows, but those who do not, find that they can manage better when they have a place to put things and put them there.
A British official supervised the finances.
Master was soon in our midst, supervising the details of the feast.
The General could not supervise the defence.
The great landholder, whose tenant the farmer is, still enjoys a position similar to that of a clan chief, who has to supervise the cultivation of the soil in the interest of all, who is entitled to a tribute from the farmer in the form of rent, but who also has to assist the farmer in cases of need.
As central statistical authority, the court secretariat had a special position within the ministries and supervised the administration of the other offices.