post he resigned

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  • He was later elected as the party's deputy leader, a post he resigned in 2010. ...
  • He eventually became the Head master of the school, a post he resigned from, as he felt it was interfering with his literary activities. ...
  • But this post he resigned in 1798 in order to devote his energies to his private affairs. ...
  • Unfortunately Dr Forrest had contracted a severe illness and unable to remain at his post he resigned.
  • He represented the National Action Party in the Federal Electoral Institute, a post he resigned to become a private lawyer. ...
  • In 1729, he was appointed governor and captain-general of the Leeward Islands, a post he resigned at the end of a year. ...
  • Burrows was formerly Governor of the Bank of Ireland, a post he resigned from in June 2009.
  • He has been party Whip in the Assembly, a post he resigned following the resignation of Alun Michael as First Secretary. ...
  • In 2001, he was made a commander of the National Guard of Georgia, a post he resigned in 2004. ...
  • The latter post he resigned in 1849, and the former in October 1850, on his appointment as president of Cheshunt College. ...
  • This post he resigned in the following year; but in 1612, when desirous of returning to the college as rhetoric professor, he was unsuccessful in obtaining the post. ...
  • He was later briefly appointed as U. S. Minister to Uruguay in 1914, a post he resigned shortly after accepting and without ever leaving the U.S. ...
  • The association was incorporated in 1934 and in 1935 Mahoney was elected president, a post he resigned after he was elected to the New York State Senate.
  • From the latter post he resigned in 1963, his departure being brought about over a conflict concerning the correct organ builder to be hired to restore Saint-Eustache's instrument.
  • He resigned in 2002 and returned to Essex as Priest in charge of Doddinghurst, a post he resigned in April 2005. ...
  • This post he resigned in 1534 on the election of Paul III., preferring to follow the fortunes of the Medicean princes at Florence. ...
  • Before graduating, he was elected in 1826 to the Argentine Congress for his native Santiago del Estero Province, a post he resigned from for not being of sufficient age to hold the office.
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