assumed positions

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It showed that our course was north by west--that is, one point west of north, which was, for our assumed position, about right.
where he assumed positions of increasing responsibility and leadership, ultimately serving as a Distinguished Scientist.
TWO NEW LEADERS HAVE ASSUMED POSITIONS on the board of directors for the American Association for Physician Leadership[R].
Umpleby joined Solar Turbines Incorporated, a wholly owned subsidiary of Caterpillar in San Diego, California, in 1980, and soon assumed positions of increasing responsibility at Solar in engineering, manufacturing, sales, marketing and customer services.
Persaud's career started at Walmart Canada as a staff pharmacist, and over a period of eight years he assumed positions of increasing responsibility which resulted in his leading the drug store operations for Walmart Canada.
However, while the EU remains committed to help, according to the statement from Commissioner Hahn's office, Macedonia's main political stakeholders remain resolved not to change their earlier assumed positions.
Mr Murphy is an elected trade union representative, dealing with both organisational and individual issues on behalf of colleagues and is also an accredited CEDR Mediator, trained in developing relationships and constructively challenging assumed positions in order to work through disagreements and disputes.
Since then, he has assumed positions of increasing responsibility.
Thornberry started her career at Merck Research Laboratories in 1979 as a Biochemist, and steadily assumed positions of increasing responsibility - and is claimed to have distinguished herself along the way with numerous and significant achievements.
Over the next eight years, he assumed positions of increasing responsibility in the home furnishings area before being promoted to senior vice president for home furnishings.
Hill joined Lockheed Martin in 1987 as a software engineer and assumed positions of increasing responsibility.
warehouse, where he assumed positions of increasing responsibility.