The government found it prudent, as indeed it has done with most DIBs, to find him a sinecure
After all this time, with all the high salaries paid to professional senior local government officials, I believe what happens in Town Halls has not improved since the days when a job in local government was regarded as a sinecure
And he followed up with fifth place in the USPGA Championship on another course that was no sinecure
He opined that lucrative and sinecure
jobs of the teachers could lure them back to commitment and dedication.
Wenger might just decide he has gone as far as he can, and accept a sinecure
in French football.
Buchanan added that Wolfowitz's new position was "not your average sinecure
This is a marvelous collection of books, and taken together, they fill just about every conceivable niche and sinecure
related to that Great War.
Years ago it was a side issue and an incidental part of some man's work, but in this day and age of competition, with wages at high water mark and profits low, it has ceased to be a sinecure
and calls for ability of the highest order.
Rather than entering the Oval Office, Hart retreated in disgrace to the comfortable wilderness sinecure
of many former officials--making good money, dabbling in politics, and writing books.
The White House meeting was canceled, and the writer made his way back to Philadelphia, his chance for a federal sinecure
destined to return nevermore.
From nit-picker to ploughman, fishwife to chimney sweep, the catalog of these worst forms of employment should return a pleasant coloring of reality to your office-bound sinecure