commandership


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Noun1.commandership - the position or office of commander
berth, billet, post, situation, position, office, place, spot - a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
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The younger Kim inherited the supreme commandership of the military, the Korean People's Army, in late December following Kim Jong Il's death of a heart attack on Dec.
Azoulay also highlighted the agreement and understanding that mark the relations between religions in Morocco and the importance of the institution of the Commandership of the Faithful in the Kingdom.
KCNA said the Political Bureau members "courteously proclaimed Kim Jong-un, vice-chairman of the Central Military Commission of the Workers' Party of Korea, assumed the supreme commandership of the Korean People's Army", according to a will made by Kim Jong-il on October 8.
Please assume the supreme commandership, as wished by the people, to lead Kim Il Sung's Korea to eternal victory," the Rodung Shinmun said.
We are proud of Asarta's commandership of UNIFIL; he was granted a second year [in command] by the United Nations because of his leadership skills in safeguarding security and stability in south Lebanon," she added.
The commandership of the Sultan's Armed Forces grants much attention to the development of the college in terms of curricula, training, organization and administration and in all other levels.
He was also in favor of giving supreme commandership of the army to Magars (Dept.
Al-Maliki's reference to commandership of the military forces is a clear indication of using military forces in case al-Maliki doesn't admire the results," said Pentagon.
All the sectors of the Saudi armed forces, under the direct commandership of Prince Khalid Bin Sultan, Deputy Minister of Defence, are taking part in the ongoing battle against the Houthi infiltrators.
It can also be tied to the timing of the Lebanese-Syrian summit and to the imminent new appointments at the army commandership and other security institutions.
Three hundred dilapidated pieces of stones--how do they compare to the commandership of an army of ten-thousand soldiers?
In view of the derision which many now have for these Royal baubles,and the numerous celebrities who are known to have refused them,it is surely scraping the bottom of the barrel for the great and the good to go out touting for people who are willing to accept membership or commandership of the long-defunct BritishEmpire.

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