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  • n. Plural form of resignation.

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Examples

  • And the scale (and color) of the resignations is sending out a clear message to the community at large, whether or not these board members meant to.

    A mess of errors : Stephen Burt : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

  • Each day brought new resignations from the government, or indictments by a newly activist Supreme

    India's Bandit Queen

  • The President announced the resignations from the faculty of Dr. Albert W. Giles and Professor Joseph Hudnut, and the following actions were taken by the Board.

    Board of Visitors minutes

  • Four months later, after some resignations from the cabinet, King

    Auguste Marie François Beernaert - Biography

  • Moreover, while Benedict has accepted two of the proffered resignations from the Irish bishops it is well to recall that not one bishop in the United States was removed from office because of his own complicity and collusion in covering up sexual abuse.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • British political history has many midterm resignations - including the socialist Harold Wilson in 1976 - so that's no indicator of his politics, particularly as he knew his party was going to sack him.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • The board dealt with midterm resignations from Stanley Barkdoll and Todd Rock since late

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • This election year is an anomaly for the borough because it needs to fill two more positions than normal due to midterm resignations, Franklin County Deputy Chief Clerk Jean Byers said.

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • State-run Anatolian news agency said the head of the armed forces General Isik Kosaner and the commanders of the ground, naval and air forces were all stepping down, in what some Turkish media initially described as resignations.

    Turkey's military chiefs quit ahead of key meeting

  • The resignations are the result of a very public and terribly Anglican wrestle with a moral problem: What ought the church's attitude be towards protestors who set up camp on its doorstep?

    St. Paul's Occupied Cathedral

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