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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In town governing a selectman is a key position. Sterling residents will greatly benefit from the integrity and common-sense approach Mr.
LATAKIA, Syria (TAP) - Syrian army troops recaptured on Monday a key position in coastal Latakia province, considered to be President Bashar al-Assad's ancestral homeland, state television said, as rebels press a campaign in the region.
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.
Hames also looks at the history of the region, and how the actions of today have similarities throughout the years in the often trouble-torn state which occupies a key position between the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East and is right in the middle of the fight against terrorism in the 21st century.
THE new Archbishop of Birmingham, a key position in the Catholic Church in England and Wales, has been named by the Vatican.
Indeed, Fed officials go out of their way to say that the system is lucky because Kos may be the best to have ever held this key position.
Ashraf, who remained posted on a key position in Lahore for almost four years under the present regime, is leaving abroad for higher education.
"This is one of the country's key ministries and it is very bad that Albanians will not get a single key position," sources from this institution say.
Cariel Soft Drinks in Dunblane has a pounds 1.7m turnover and holds a key position north of the border.
Former Birmingham City Council leader Sir Richard Knowles lost a key position in the ruling Labour group last night when he was beaten by a single vote.
Hasnain had previously served in the International Cricket Council (ICC) as CFO and he would replace Badar Khan on the key position, a private news channel reported.