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I shall go the general-secretary and lay a complaint in form; we must all resign in a body if such a man as that is put over us.
Accordingly, in 1740, he was compelled to resign his office, and Grandfather's chair into the bargain, to Mr.
I have done with lamentation; I look upon the event as so far decided that I resign myself to it in despair.
They are also permitted to resign their office before their time is elapsed, and if all this was done by law it would be well, and not at the pleasure of the individuals, which is a bad rule to follow.
If he doesn't stop acting like a cry-baby I'm going to resign my position here and go to work.
I will take the first share," he said, "because I am King: and the second share, as a partner with you in the chase: and the third share (believe me) will be a source of great evil to you, unless you willingly resign it to me, and set off as fast as you can.
Maston, in despair, went in search of Michel Ardan, who counseled him to resign himself to the situation, adding one or two arguments
You have left it to ME, Miss Fairlie, to resign you," he continued.
Is it not right to resign ourselves entirely, whatever may be denied us?
Koc also said the prime minister will use state resources and his influence over people as a prime minister during his election campaign unless he resigns, and in such a case, the presidential race will be neither ethnical nor fair.
Speaker Ahmatbek Keldibekov told the plenary session of the Parliament on Wednesday if he resigns voluntarily, this would mean he agrees with accusations of Omurbek Tekebaev.
Re ``Zookeeper resigns after failing to report threat to elephant'' (July 7):