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  • At this post he continued for two years, his life being varied by a lecture tour in England. ...
  • He was promoted to Managing Director in 1947 which post he continued to hold till 1960. ...
  • In 1866 he was elected a trustee of the University of Vermont, a post he continued to hold until his death. ...
  • In March 1718, he was appointed first lord of the admiralty, in which post he continued all the reign of George the First.
  • In the fall he moved to Chicago and began teaching at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (a post he continued to hold until 1927). ...
  • In this post he continued the reorganisation he had begun in 1911, and became very popular as - unlike much of the Bolivian officer corps - he was concerned with the well-being of the troops. ...
  • In October 1682 he received the appointment of secretary to the commissioners of the revenue of Ireland, a post he continued until the Glorious Revolution. ...
  • In 1572 he was elected to Parliament, where he played an active role on several committees, and in the same year became President of St Bartholomew's Hospital, a post he continued to hold until his death. ...
  • In 603, Phocas appointed Domentziolus as his magister officiorum, a post he continued to hold throughout Phocas' reign. ...
  • In this post he continued for about a twelvemonth, and then relapsing into his former idle and profligate courses, he was quickly suspected and thereby put to his shifts again, though his wife at that time was in place, and helped him very frequently with money. ...
  • He was appointed in 1740 minister plenipotentiary from England to the court of Florence-a post he continued to occupy for the long period of forty-six years, till his death, at an advanced age, November 6, 1786. ...
  • He began to acquire a literary reputation; and at length, in 1823, being then in his twentieth year, he became editor of the 'New York Mirror.' This responsible post he continued to hold until the termination of the paper's existence in 1834.
  • In this post he continued to act so honestly that he got a tolerable reputation, taking the Red Lion alehouse, in Turnmill Street, Cow Cross, in order to live the better; resigning his place as turnkey as soon as he was settled in it. ...
  • He specialised in navigation and, having served as a Navigation Instructor at the Central Flying School, was appointed Navigation Staff Officer at Headquarters RAF Bomber Command in 1937, a post he continued to hold during the early part of World War II.
  • He returned Torino in 2001 as technical coordinator of the youth sector, and later became head of the youth sector in 2003, a post he continued to hold even after the club went bankrupt in 2005 at the behest of the new president Urbano Cairo. ...