fill a vacancy

See: employ, hire
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Jabez Wilson,' said my assistant, 'and he is willing to fill a vacancy in the League.
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This was the process used in February when Joe Belanger was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Water-Sewer Commission by a joint majority vote of four selectmen and four commissioners.
The government sectors concerned will recruit foreigners only if they fail to get qualified Saudi hands to fill a vacancy.
BURBANK -- The Burbank Unified School District board is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the five-member panel.
One Cardiff GP said finding the right candidate to fill a vacancy had become ``a luxury''.
The Board of Governors is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on the Florida Realtor-Attorney Joint Committee.
Geoff Martin, prospective candidate for general secretary of health union Unison, said: "In 1994 the average time to fill a vacancy in the West Midlands was 7.
Gross was elected by the Board of Directors as a Class II director to fill a vacancy and nominated to stand for election as a Class II director with a term expiring in 1995 at the Company's next annual meeting of shareholders to be held in May 1994.
Golden West Financial Corporation, parent of World Savings Bank, today announced that Jerome (Jerry) Alan Gitt has joined the Board of Directors to fill a vacancy created by the retirement of director Louis J.
CLX Investment Company (OTCBB:CLXN) today announced that James Bickel has been appointed to fill a vacancy on the Board of Directors and named Robert McCoy to serve as Chairman of the Board.