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  • On that post he remained until the beginning of the German invasion of the Soviet Union. ...
  • On this post he remained until the end of hostilities. ...
  • At the post he remained until the end of the term of government, until August 2006. ...
  • The latter year he was appointed Governor of Bombay, in which post he remained until 1853. ...
  • In that post he remained until 1594, when he was removed to the archiepiscopal see of Toledo.
  • He was eventually appointed as Keeper of Antiquities, which post he remained in until his retirement in 2003, shortly before his death. ...
  • On this post he remained until 12 January 1842. ...
  • In 1885 he was appointed rector of the Liceo de Rancagua, in which post he remained for two years. ...
  • After completing this project, he became an assistant to architect Thomas Hamilton; a post he remained in until establishing his own architecture firm in 1835. ...
  • In 1261 he was appointed chief kadi over all the provinces of Syria, with his tribunal at Damascus, in which post he remained for ten years.
  • In 1964 Pitt was appointed Vice-Chancellor of the University of Reading, in which post he remained until 1978. ...
  • In 1949 Del Mar was appointed principal conductor of the English Opera Group, in which post he remained until 1954. ...
  • He finally attained a position as the carillonneur at Saint Joseph's Oratory in Montreal in 1955, a post he remained in for two decades. ...
  • The latter year Lumley-Savile was appointed Secretary to the Embassy in St Petersburg, in which post he remained until 1868. ...
  • In 1793 he was invested a member of the Privy Council, and appointed Governor of Madras, in which post he remained until 1797. ...
  • Best was admitted to the Privy Council in 1824 and appointed Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, in which post he remained until 1829. ...
  • He return to Ceylon in 1858, where in August he was appointed to as the Colonial Surgeon of the Southern Province, a post he remained at until 1880. ...
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