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  • The officers began to resign by the score, by the hundred. Cited from We Can't Have Everything, by Rupert Hughes
  • His successor was asked to resign by the Governor the following year for the same reason, but refused.
  • Two years later, he was asked to resign by his superiors.
  • The legislature can force the Premier to resign by a motion of no confidence.
  • He also managed a little property for him so well as to make him independent when he was at last asked to resign by his deacons. Cited from A Modern Instance, by William Dean Howells
  • He was asked to resign by the members.
  • It also showed people's power to change government by forcing it to resign by protesting.
  • These organized groups quickly learned that they could force royal officials to resign by employing violent measures and threats.
  • Wongsonegoro himself was asked to resign by his party before the collapse.
  • This was the second occasion on which he had been forced to resign by unfair treatment at the hands of those who should have been his best support. Cited from The Father of British Canada: A Chronicle of Carleton, by William Wood
  • Owing to his irrational behavior, he was forced to resign by the citizens.
  • Generally it lasts five years as the Council, but it can be forced to resign by a parliamentary vote of no confidence.
  • He replaced Martin Nduwimana, who was forced to resign by parliament due to a political stalemate.
  • It can subsequently force the Commission as a body to resign by adopting a motion of censure.
  • The federal cabinet is answerable to the National Council and can be forced to resign by a motion of no confidence.
  • Generally unpopular, and in ill health, Lozano was forced to resign by the military.
  • The Brussels Parliament can also force the cabinet as a whole or one or more of its members to resign by passing a motion of no confidence.
  • According to The Washington Post, he had been asked to resign by the president's chief of staff, Andrew Card.
  • Within a few days, however, he made a u-turn and declared on 7 April that he does not want to resign by further embarrassing the party.
  • He did not add that he had been asked to resign by the head of the railroad company, because of irregularities in his accounts and because of several professional shortcomings. Cited from The Rover Boys in New York, by A. Winfield
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