- n. Plural form of resignee.
“Both are bland, useless and unrespected by the public - like all the other resignees.”
“Matt Withers' column in today's Wales on Sunday draws heavily on blogs for its inspiration including an interesting article on links between the eight Labour Government resignees which bears an uncanny resemblance to this post on Dizzy Thinks.”
“Democrats never bring back disgraced resignees, because disgraced Democrats never resign.”
“He said one bloc of resignees, including himself, would be transferring their loyalty to an existing political party.”
“In a letter addressed to the Westag chairperson D J de Vos Malan, the resignees accused the task group of hypocrisy in deciding who was put on the board, pointing to the replacement of Ms Gaye”
“If it were possible so to arrange and to strengthen his faction, that, by the _coup d'etat_ of a sudden resignation in a formidable body, the whole Government might be broken up, and a new one formed from among the resignees, it would obviously be the best plan.”
“The three resignees join not only Vince and Jason, but also Lead Software Engineer Francesco Gigliotti and Lead Designer Todd Alderman who left earlier this month.”
“He cannot leave all these people in place - is the "reshuffle" merely going to address the resignees?”
“However, I will say one thing for the dollies, they may have a point about the new bunker cabinet. which contains three gay men (and a gay chief whip), virtually no women and a re-tread lefty Euro-trougher woman who is worse than all the female resignees put together.”
“I don’t think it’s coincidental all three of the resignees were female.”
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