he threatened to resign

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  • For good measure he threatened to resign if something along these lines was not done.
  • He threatened to resign from command and take off his uniform if a single soldier volunteered.
  • This was the third time he threatened to resign.
  • Frustrated of lack of work he threatened to resign from service as he felt that it was a death blow to his pursuit.
  • He threatened to resign his position and appear at any court-martial as 'defendant's friend' and defence witness.
  • That same year after the City Commission refused to adopt an open housing ordinance, he threatened to resign as Mayor.
  • However, when he threatened to resign -- a successful bluff several times before -- on October 26 his resignation was accepted.
  • During the party's 1989 leadership campaign, he threatened to resign from the party if Dave Barrett became leader.
  • Westmoreland was so obsessed with the tactical situation that he threatened to resign if his wishes were not obeyed.
  • On June 26, he threatened to resign because of disagreements over his leadership, but was kept by an almost unanimous confidence vote.
  • At first Bell lived alone on the island, but when he threatened to resign the Providence Island Company arranged to ship out his wife to encourage him to stay.
  • Though he threatened to resign in 1949, Rosenblatt served admirably in public life, first as public property commissioner and then as street commissioner.
  • Healy's period in the WIL was difficult and he threatened to resign several times and was actually expelled and readmitted.
  • In July 1995, he threatened to resign from the Daily Mail if it supported John Major in the leadership contest.
  • On 7th November 2014, he threatened to resign if he was not made the Chief Minister of Goa.
  • In fact subsequent to his 1970 failed attempt at reform, he threatened to resign and was dissuaded only after the hardliners renewed their personal allegiance to him.
  • He threatened to resign if the UCR did not deal with deputies and governors who align themselves with Kirchner.
  • Unlike most politicians, he seems to have genuinely preferred a private life; colleagues remarked caustically that he threatened to resign at every setback.
  • In fact, subsequent to his 1970 failed attempt at reform, he threatened to resign and was dissuaded only after the hardliners renewed their personal allegiance to him.
  • However in May 1845 he threatened to resign from office as he felt that the Jewish Disabilities Reform Bill did not carry reforms far enough.
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