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He had come to tell me he had got the offer of the managership of a station across the border in Riverina.
THE MOVING FINGERMARY GAUNT
We selected Blake for a branch managership at Chicago, and we thought that his wife could measure up.
THE GOOD HOUSEKEEPING MARRIAGE BOOKVARIOUS
Moreover, it must be remembered that what is here discussed is not ownership, but managership.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 14, SLICE 4VARIOUS
He became Governor-General and Dictator, and under his able managership the affairs of the corporation rose to a secure footing.
JONES OF THE 64THF. S. (FREDERICK SADLEIR) BRERETON
But though Waters did succeed in winning himself a team managership, Fallon never became the captain of the track team.
THE SEVEN-BRANCHED CANDLESTICKGILBERT W. (GILBERT WOLF) GABRIEL
But what I wanted to say was this: Why didn't you turn round, when you had got the mine, and offer me the managership of it?
A WOMAN INTERVENESROBERT BARR
On being demobilized he had returned to his old profession, taking the managership of a very well-known Bond Street firm.
THE GOLDEN FACEWILLIAM LE QUEUX
You're going to run a candidate for the baseball managership.
STOVER AT YALEOWEN JOHNSON
Mr. Dibdin, who had promised to befriend me, was likewise removed from the stage-managership.
LETTERS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE, VOL. II (OF 2)SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
Mr. Charles Briggs has been transferred to the managership of our grocery department.
THE BEAVER, VOLUME 1, NO. 10, JULY, 1921.HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY

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