resign on

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  • He resigned on his own a couple of days later.
  • After filling this post for several years, he resigned on account of his health.
  • She resigned on principle, but did not make her reasons for resignation public.
  • His first term was quite short though; after seven days he had to resign on court conviction.
  • He remained in the post till 1637, when he resigned on account of age.
  • He resigned on law profession and continued his life as journalist.
  • He was required to resign on leaving the police headquarters.
  • You must not resign on any account, for it is just what the Democrats want. Cited from The Colored Cadet at West Point, by Henry Flipper
  • In November 2003, five out of the seven board members resigned on the same day.
  • It was the only time a Thai foreign minister resigned on a matter of principle.
  • Brash resigned on election night and was later replaced as leader by John Banks.
  • All four co-leaders of the party subsequently resigned on 12 May.
  • He is the only Justice of the Supreme Court to have resigned on a matter of principle.
  • He continued in this position until 1844 when he resigned on account of his health and returned to England.
  • He worked in that position for a year and resigned on April 1989.
  • He resigned on the floor of the assembly, and subsequently attacked the party through the media, leading to his expulsion.
  • In 1612 he was allowed to resign on health grounds and died three years later.
  • The Cabinet couldn't resign on this; so he would do as he liked! Cited from King John of Jingalo, by Laurence Housman
  • They took the step of resigning on-air because they wanted a chance to say goodbye to their viewers.
  • She resigned on October, 1969, because she would marry three months after her coronation.
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