secretaryship


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Noun1.secretaryship - the position of secretary
berth, billet, post, situation, position, office, place, spot - a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
Attorney General of the United States, Attorney General - the position of the head of the Justice Department and the chief law enforcement officer of the United States; "the post of Attorney General was created in 1789"
Agriculture Secretary, Secretary of Agriculture - the position of the head of the Department of Agriculture; "the post of Secretary of Agriculture was established in 1889"
Commerce Secretary, Secretary of Commerce - the position of the head of the Department of Commerce; "the position of Commerce Secretary was created in 1913"
Defense Secretary, Secretary of Defense - the position of the head of the Department of Defense; "the position of Defense Secretary was created in 1947"
Education Secretary, Secretary of Education - the position of the head of the Education Department; "the post of Education Secretary was created in 1979"
Energy Secretary, Secretary of Energy - the position of the head of the Department of Energy; "the post of Energy Secretary was created in 1977"
Secretary of Health and Human Services - the position of the head of the Department of Health and Human Services; "the post of Secretary of Health and Human Services was created by Congress in 1979"
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development - the position of the head of the Department of Housing and Urban Development; "the position of Secretary of Housing and Urban Development was created in 1966"
Labor Secretary, Secretary of Labor - the position of the head of the Department of Labor; "the post of Labor Secretary was created in 1913"
Secretary of State - the position of the head of the State Department; "the position of Secretary of State was established in 1789"
Secretary of the Interior, Interior Secretary - the position of the head of the Department of the Interior; "the position of Interior Secretary was created in 1849"
Secretary of the Treasury, Treasury Secretary - the position of the head of the Treasury Department; "the position of Treasury Secretary was created in 1789"
Secretary of Transportation, Transportation Secretary - the position of the head of the Department of Transportation; "the post of Transportation Secretary was created in 1966"
Secretary of Veterans Affairs - the position of the head of the Department of Veterans Affairs; "the post of Secretary of Veterans Affairs was created in 1989"
Secretary of War, War Secretary - head of a former executive department; combined with the Navy Secretary to form the Defense Secretary in 1947
Navy Secretary, Secretary of the Navy - head of a former executive department; combined with the War Secretary to form the Defense Secretary in 1947
Secretary of Commerce and Labor - head of a former executive department created in 1903 and divided into two departments in 1913
Secretary of Health Education and Welfare - head of a former executive department created in 1953 and divided into two departments in 1979
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secretaryship

[ˈsekrətrɪʃɪp] Nsecretaría f, secretariado m
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He had been appointed to the secretaryship of the German legation at Washington and in these first days of the autumn was about to take possession of his post.
But, after all, one must earn enough to pay for the garret; and I confess that to grow old as a private tutor--or a `private' anything--is almost as chilling to the imagination as a second secretaryship at Bucharest.
His sister, Miss Graves, who kept house for him, gave up her secretaryship of the Maternity Club, which provided the pregnant poor with flannel, baby linen, coals, and five shillings.
The something appeared vaguely to his imagination as a private secretaryship or a sinecure of some sort.
The scheme had already reached the stage in which it was permissible to hire an office and engage a secretary, and he had been deputed to expound the scheme to Mary, and make her an offer of the Secretaryship, to which, as a matter of principle, a small salary was attached.
I was not looking for a secretaryship at all, or anything of the sort, but I chanced to hear his history one night, and I was curious to analyze, so far as possible, his attitude towards life and his fellows, on his reappearance in it.
I wrung his hand, mentally relinquishing my secretaryship while I thanked him for the invitation.
This touch and go young Barnacle had 'got up' the Department in a private secretaryship, that he might be ready for any little bit of fat that came to hand; and he fully understood the Department to be a politico-diplomatic hocus pocus piece of machinery for the assistance of the nobs in keeping off the snobs.
As Nicholas opened his mouth, to request the young man to turn to letter S, and let him know what secretaryships remained undisposed of, there came into the office an applicant, in whose favour he immediately retired, and whose appearance both surprised and interested him.
Upon reference to the book, it appeared that the dozen secretaryships had dwindled down to one.
the accounting and the secretaryship of the Company; -- Investment
Fred James, Administrator of Lagos, newly appointed to the Colonial Secretaryship of the Straits Settlements; Mr F C Fuller, Commissioner for Ashanti, and Mrs Fuller; and a number of Nigerian and other civil servants.