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The Faget appointment was preposterous on several grounds.
The appointment was made in a move to expand the engineering services offered to the designers of electronic systems through assistance in electro-magnetic compatability problems.
The secretary's tone indicated that an appointment at such short notice was a concession for which Madden should be duly grateful.
The appointment was announced at a news conference at which Skorich said he would retain two members of Shaw's staff -- Jerry Williams and Charlie Gauer.
I did my shopping, had my dentist appointment, and from there I went to the women's lunch at our parish church where we discussed plans for the annual Christmas bazaar, so that dusk was beginning to gather when I drove home in the late afternoon.
From the start, it was clear that bipartisan support would be essential to success in the war effort, and any manner of compromise alienated factions on both sides of the aisle, such as the appointment of Republicans and Democrats to command positions in the Union Army.
In the following year he became provisional Principal of the Theological College of Saint Thomas ( from which he had just graduated ), and in 1903 his appointment was made permanent.
It was however in Britain that Antoninus decided to follow a new, more aggressive path, with the appointment of a new governor in 139, Quintus Lollius Urbicus.
In 1060, Ealdred was elected to the archbishopric of York, but had difficulty in obtaining papal approval for his appointment, only managing to do so when he promised not to hold the bishoprics of York and Worcester simultaneously.
Yet another chronicler, John of Worcester, mentions nothing of any trouble in Rome, and when discussing the appointment of Wulfstan, says that Wulfstan was elected freely and unanimously by the clergy and people.
Although Ealdred gave up the bishopric, the appointment of Wulfstan was one that allowed Ealdred to continue his considerable influence on the see of Worcester.
At the time of his appointment, his destination Nashville had been evacuated by the Confederates after the fall of Ft. Donelson, and the government which he was displacing had fled to Memphis.
Immediately prior to his appointment to Canterbury he was the Bishop of Monmouth in Wales.
With his father's death in 1892, and his appointment as head of the Bahá ’ í faith, there was much opposition against him, including virtually all his family members.
However, Burn was unsuccessful in depriving Smith of the appointment.
Doke supported the appointment of Benedict Wallet Vilakazi as member of the staff, as he believed a native speaker was essential for acquiring a language.
By this time Yan was well known for his adaptability, and Chiang welcomed his appointment.
Calixtus ' reference to the feudal homage due the emperor on appointment is guarded: " shall do unto thee for these what he rightfully should " was the wording of the privilegium granted by Calixtus.
But the underlying current was that Henry had overreached, and his appointment of the antipope was beyond the pale.
The oath, approving the appointment of Umar, was taken only by the Companions present in Medina at the time.
The appointment of Rykov as Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars was a de facto demotion of Kamenev.
Malenkov was assured an identical policy in government institutions ; the most notable change being the appointment of Mikhail Pervukhin, Ivan Tevosian and Maksim Saburov to the Deputy Chairmanship of the Council of Ministers.
It was not until the appointment of Ruud Gullit as player-manager in 1996 that their fortunes changed.
It was discontinued as a rank in these services during the postwar period, but as an appointment, the title " commodore " was then used to identify senior U. S. Navy captains who commanded squadrons of more than one vessel or functional air wings or air groups that were not part of a carrier air wing or air group.

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Associate Justices have seniority by order of appointment, although the Chief Justice is always considered to be the most senior.
The high flag rank officers, junior officers and many high command officers from the Pakistan's Armed Forces were highly cautious about their appointment in East-Pakistan, and the assignment of governing East Pakistan and appointment of an officer was considered highly difficult for the Pakistan High Military Command.
The appointment of a military administrator was considered quite difficult and challenging with the crisis continually deteriorating.
For some the appointment of Peter des Roches as justiciar was an important factor, as he was considered an " abrasive foreigner " by many of the barons.
In 1946, he explained this decision: " I actually thought Prince Higashikuni suitable as chief of staff of the Army ; but I think the appointment of a member of the imperial house to a political office must be considered very carefully.
In her twenties, she was appointed Reid Professor of Law in the college, considered to be a prestigious appointment made to accomplished lawyers.
Harding's appointment of Harry M. Daugherty as Attorney General received at the time more criticism than any other ; Harding's campaign manager's Ohio lobbying and back room maneuvers with politicians were not considered the best qualifications.
The historian Malchus maintains that in 480 Glycerius was a member of the conspiracy that led to Emperor Nepos ' death and thus sought the favour of Odoacer ; however, the news of Glycerius ' appointment to the prestigious rank of Bishop of Milan, which would support the theory of the collaboration between Glycerius and Odoacer, is usually considered a rumor.
The tapestry labels the celebrant as " Stigant Archieps " ( Stigand the archbishop ) although by that time he had been excommunicated by the papacy who considered his appointment unlawful.
" Isidor Rabi considered the appointment " a real stroke of genius on the part of General Groves, who was not generally considered to be a genius ..."
Her appointment of clerics offended the Patriarch Michael Keroularios, who considered this the duty of men, not women.
Beauregard was indeed interested, but it is unclear whether Davis seriously considered the appointment, and in the end decided to retain Hood.
In 1755, the Yale Corporation persuaded him to return to New Haven to assist President Thomas Clapp in the pulpit, and to be considered for appointment as a college professor.
Vergennes appointment was designed to frustrate the British plan, and Trier was considered a good strategic spot for this mission.
Perceptions that the Massachusetts militia was well organized and armed at the beginning of the Civil War likely played a role in the appointment decision, as Banks had also been considered for quartermaster general.
Many people considered this a curious appointment because Palmerston's expertise was so obviously in foreign affairs.
Although most contemporaries would not have considered there to be much of a distinction between monks and canons, William's election still occasioned some trepidation among the monks of the Canterbury chapter, who were " alarmed at the appointment, since he was a clerk ".
Only one WO1 / CWO holds the appointment of RSM in a regiment or battalion, making him the senior warrant officer ; in a unit with more than one WO1, the RSM is considered to be " first amongst equals ".
Lamar considered a staff appointment, but abandoned that to co-operate with his former law partner, Christopher H. Mott.
In 1946, he explained this decision: " I actually thought Prince Higashikuni suitable as chief of staff of the Army ; but I think the appointment of a member of the imperial house to a political office must be considered very carefully.
Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Oaks was considered by Republican U. S. presidential administrations a top prospect for appointment to the United States Supreme Court.
In 1924 with the appointment of Sir Edward Elgar, often considered the greatest British composer of his generation, the position became akin to that of Music Laureate.
After the death of Gustav Stresemann in 1929, he was already considered for the post of Foreign Minister in the cabinet of Chancellor Hermann Müller by President Paul von Hindenburg, but his appointment failed due to the objections raised by the governing parties.

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