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He took the chair opposite and sat forward, his hands on his knees.
Natalegawa added he has no idea when ASEAN might approve a Myanmar chairmanship, saying that Indonesia's chairmanship in 2011 was only formally decided eight months before it took the chair.
The senior Presiding Judge of the Circuit, The Honourable Mrs Justice Macur DBE, took the chair in Court 9 as Mr Grove, a leading West Midlands industrialist, accepted the position in a traditional ceremony.
Dulieu took the chair at yesterday's press conference after learning that predecessor Ray Ranson had withdrawn his offer to stay on as a football consultant.
Next to Charles Darwin was the name of Tony Bradshaw, a pioneer of restoration ecology who, in 1968, took the chair of botany at Liverpool University - and Liverpool became his adopted city.
ANOTHER talented teenager took the chair at Anglesey YFC's eisteddfod at Ysgol David Hughes, Menai Bridge.
Lister moved to Edinburgh in 1853 and, seven years later, took the chair of clinical surgery at the University of Glasgow, where he successfully introduced carbolic acid to sterilise surgical instruments and to clean wounds.
Sir Ian, a businessman and former MP, took the chair in January 2005, replacing founding chairman Alan Smith.
My goal when I took the chair was to reach that $750,000 mark, and finally one million.