key position


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key position

A civilian position, public or private (designated by the employer and approved by the Secretary concerned), that cannot be vacated during war or national emergency.
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ISLAMANABAD -- The central leadership of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) strongly opposed to give any key position to MNA Ameer Muqam in Khyber Pakhtoonkhaw.
with only five opportunities annually, TWI alone will not meet all key position requirements.
As district sales manager for the Midwest territory, Caruth fills a key position in the Pearl River marketing organization.
Each holds 32 pages of facts, an index, glossary and small bibliography, and plenty of background history about the key position covered.
It was term limits that allowed him to move rapidly up the power structure in Sacramento where, today, he serves as majority whip in the state Senate - a key position in determining legislation.
Global Banking News-February 23, 2015--Berkshire Hathaway hires two to key positions in Singapore
BDI leader Ali Ahmeti said in Kicevo that "it is time for Albanians to get one of the three key positions in the country" and with this, the country's multiethnic character will be reflected through the highest state leadership.
No agreement has been reached so far on the distribution of the key positions or line-up of the new Government," Spokesman for Ettakatol Mohamed Bennour had told TAP in a telephone talk.