resign

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  • No official reason was given why the mayor was forced to resign.
  • He served as premier for a month before resigning after no seat could be found.
  • Members may resign from the National Church and re-enter if they wish.
  • A member who resigns in this manner may stand for re-election.
  • As soon as the latter event occurred, he wrote the governor a letter resigning his command.
  • She thought he should resign, and expressed this to her husband although he did not share her view.
  • A governor may also resign and three have died in office.
  • He was forced to resign as a result of his marriage to his dead wife's sister.
  • He remained a member for another three months before resigning his membership.
  • Bob Graham almost served two terms, as he resigned with only three days left.
  • When the King refused, he felt he had no alternative but to resign.
  • Seven years in the bank damaged his health, and he was forced to resign.
  • The two had a falling out, and Nation either resigned or was fired.
  • Next, he resigns and goes abroad without a word or coming to see us. Cited from The Man on the Box, by Harold MacGrath
  • He resigned two years later to run for Congress.
  • She gets her job back and resigns herself to working there, at least for now.
  • Scott resigned as leader two days after the election.
  • He resigned his post at the observatory at the end of that year.
  • All remaining executive officers also resigned effective this date.
  • However, he soon resigns due to tragic events taking place later in his series.
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Meaning of resign

  • verb Accept as inevitable
    He resigned himself to his fate