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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Senator to fill a vacancy until the election occurs, and he is
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.
My amendment provides that the legislature may empower the governor of the State to appoint a Senator to fill a vacancy until the election occurs, and he is directed by this amendment to "issue writs of election to fill such vacancies.