resign in protest

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  • Six council officers resigned in protest and the incident made national news.
  • Some members of the movement resigned in protest, holding too much at stake.
  • Two members resigned in protest, and later that year many more Executive Committee members had dropped out.
  • She resigned in protest against what she felt was a poorly functioning government.
  • A member of the council also resigned in protest.
  • As a result, the Man-O-War Council members resigned in protest.
  • Several teachers at the school also resigned in protest.
  • Fifty-seven teachers from across the state resigned in protest of the fingerprinting bill.
  • When the Western Australia authorities would not heed his advice, he resigned in protest.
  • All but two of the faculty members who served on the search committee resigned in protest feeling their concerns were not addressed.
  • A St. Martin's executive editor resigned in protest over the publication.
  • He later resigned in protest at the treatment of the RUC full-time Reserve.
  • That year, six Quakers associated with the conservative reform movement resigned in protest.
  • The unit's former commander, Colonel Wilson, resigned in protest for having had his command taken from him.
  • In December 1935, he resigned in protest at the lack of support for his work.
  • The head of the electoral commission subsequently resigned in protest.
  • Most of his Staff Officers resigned in protest.
  • Barker has stated he eventually resigned in protest of the cruel methods some trainers use when training animals for films.
  • Eventually Wright resigned in protest, leading to substantial coverage in the national press.
  • He later claimed he resigned in protest, upset that the information was being misused by police and government agencies.
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