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Definition of Resigned

Resigned
Resigned Re*signed" (r?-z?nd"), a. Submissive; yielding; not disposed to resist or murmur. A firm, yet cautious mind; Sincere, thought prudent; constant, yet resigned. --Pope.

Meaning of Resigned from wikipedia

- resignation, as opposed to involuntary termination. Whether an employee resigned or was terminated is sometimes a topic of dispute, because in many situations...
- Resigned is a 1997 album by singer-songwriter Michael Penn. A music video for "Try", the opening song from the album, was directed by Paul Thomas Anderson...
- than two MPs resign at a time—for example, when 15 Ulster Unionist MPs resigned in protest at the Anglo-Irish Agreement on 17 December 1985—the resignations...
- – 1985 One Fine Day the Rabbi Bought a Cross – 1987 The Day the Rabbi Resigned – 1992 That Day the Rabbi Left Town – 1996 Common Sense in Education –...
- an in****bent on the ballot: the previous holder may have died, retired, resigned; they may not s**** re-election, be barred from re-election due to term...
- and continued as the Official Opposition. On September 27, Annamie Paul resigned as the Green Party leader, which came into effect on November 10. The Constitution...
- re-elected in 2020 with 55.0% of the vote. Two-term Republican Ben S****e resigned early in the 118th Congress to become president of the University of Florida...
- vacated New Delhi seat. Sucheta Kripalani (Congress) Sucheta Kripalani resigned her Lok Sabha seat in 1960 and became a minister in Uttar Pradesh. List...
- remaining 4 MLAs then flew to Bengaluru, where Congress MLA Hardeep Dang resigned from the party. The remaining three MLAs returned soon and denied the claims...
- have died in office (Macdonald and Sir John Thompson). All others have resigned, either after losing an election, a parliamentary no confidence vote, or...