reappointed

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  • Board members serve three-year terms and may be reappointed for one additional term.
  • He was reappointed later the same year and held the position for two years.
  • Members are appointed for a five-year term and may be reappointed once.
  • They are appointed for an eight-year term and may be reappointed for additional eight-year terms.
  • Board members serve for four years, and may serve a second consecutive term if reappointed.
  • Board members are appointed to serve a three-year term and can be reappointed for a second term.
  • He also gave up his position as foreign minister at that time, but was reappointed later that year.
  • Regular members are appointed by the Governor for a four-year term and may be reappointed once.
  • He was reappointed by James I and held office until his death.
  • Young was retired for medical reasons during the war, then reappointed to active duty after it was over.
  • They serve three-year terms and may be reappointed once.
  • The Master of the College is an appointed position who must be reappointed every four years.
  • Board members serve four-year terms without compensation and may be reappointed.
  • The term of office of the Governor is four years and he or she may be reappointed only once.
  • I think it would be better if you refused [to be reappointed].
  • She served in this capacity for two consecutive terms and was later reappointed to a third term. Cited from Twenty Years At Hull House, by Jane Addams
  • He was subsequently reappointed for a second three year term.
  • A week later he reappointed another government, but the country was still very unstable.
  • He resigned on account of private business affairs but later returned as he was reappointed governor of California. Cited from Chimes of Mission Bells, by Maria Antonia Field
  • He, like a number of other senior officers, was not reappointed.
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