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In company with Campbell's convoy was a trapping party of the Rocky Mountain Company, headed by Fitzpatrick; who, after Campbell's embarkation on the Bighorn, was to take charge of all the horses, and proceed on a trapping campaign.
She became the first full-time woman defence minister and the second woman to take charge of the key portfolio.
THE referee who oversaw Leicester's Champions League debut will take charge of Celtic's crunch clash with Borussia Monchengladbach.
The Pontyberem official will also take charge of the third and final Test between England and Australia in Sydney on June 25.
New Delhi, May 27 ( ANI ): Newly appointed ministers have started to take charge of their office including Prime Minister Narrendra Modi, following the issue of press communique on allocation of ministries released by Rashtrapati Bhavan on Tuesday.
He will become the 55th referee from Wales to be awarded his full cap and he will also take charge of the England v Barbarians fixture at Twickenham before the star-studded Barbarians side travel to Hong Kong to face the British and Irish Lions in a one off Test match.
MARK CLATTENBURG will take charge of an Everton match for the first time in more than four years at Aston Villa on Saturday.
Two years ago Argentina's Horacio Elizondo became the first to take charge of the opening game and final of a World Cup.
Claim--The problem concerning the patient decision to take charge of his/her health is related to the non modification of behaviours that are health damaging.
IRISH referee Alain Rolland is being tipped to take charge of the World Cup final - but only if Ireland and France are knocked out of the competition.