Offices Held

Some articles on offices held, offices, office:

Sir John Williams, 1st Baronet, Of The City Of London - Offices Held
... Academic offices Preceded by Stuart Rendel, Baron Rendel President of the University College of Wales Aberystwyth 1913-1926 Succeeded by Edmund Davies, Baron ...
Mayor Of San Francisco - Other Offices Held
... of congressional, gubernatorial and other offices held by mayors, before or after their term(s) ... * Denotes those offices which the mayor resigned to take Mayor Mayoral term Other offices held References Geary, John W.John W ...
List Of Presidents Of The United States By Other Offices Held - Lost Races
... Other than immediate re-election to the Presidency President Office and jurisdiction Year Notes Thomas Jefferson President of the United States 1796 Won in 1800, 1804 Andrew Jackson President ... my last press conference." Jimmy Carter Governor of Georgia 1966 Later won the office in 1970 Ronald Reagan Republican nomination for President of the United States ... Birth Death Historical rankings Military rank Military service Net worth Number living Time in office Timeline Professional careers Assassination attempts and plots ...
Liam Donaldson - Offices Held
... Academic offices Preceded by Lord Patten of Barnes Chancellor of the University of Newcastle upon Tyne 2009– Succeeded by Incumbent Chancellors of the University of Newcastle upon Tyne Hugh Percy, 10th Duke of ...
Minouche Shafik - Career and Public Service - Offices Held
... Government offices Preceded by Nicola Brewer Director-General, Country Programmes at the Department for International Development 2004–2008 Succeeded by Mark Lowcock Preceded by Sir Suma Chakrabarti Permanent ...

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    On the whole, Chaucer impresses us as greater than his reputation, and not a little like Homer and Shakespeare, for he would have held up his head in their company.
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    He has erected a multitude of new offices by a self-assumed power, & sent hither swarms of officers to harass our people & eat out their substance.
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