- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of resign.
“If Chairman Floyd resigns, is removed, or is unable to perform her duties of office due to a criminal indictment or civil prosecution, a lot of people have an interest in making Patrick Haddon chairman automatically, without a vote.”
“In an alternate universe, here are the headlines: "N. Korea test fires another missle, Sarah Palin resigns as POTUS to spend her last moments with her family”
“Palin resigns because "going with the flow" (aka keeping her promise to the people of Alaska who elected her to serve a full four years) would have been too easy.”
“(Sarah Palin resigns position as gov. of Alaska to)”
“Not to be outdone in the spotlight by the death of Michael Jackson, Sarah Palin resigns from the governourship of Alaska just to prove she can still make the news".”
“Now that she resigns from the gov office and goes fishing, the same people have come up any number of lame predictions and assessments.”
“What if in 2011 as the Republican leadership game begins to heat up, Sarah Palin, having supported the party during the midterms, resigns from the Republican party (citing concerns about how establishment they are, reiterating their screw-ups during the last presidential election, and punctuating all this with her real worry, which is their centrist, almost liberal views on key issues (she may not even have to name these issues))?”
“This film is a narrative based on a Professor John Oldman (David Less Smith) who unexpectedly resigns from the local university.”
“David A. Paterson of New York confirmed on Monday that he will not appoint a replacement for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton until Mrs. Clinton resigns from the United States Senate, which would not happen until January at the earliest.”
“Next a priest makes a fool of himself so Obama resigns from the church six weeks after he should have resigned.”
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