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Handpicked by outgoing artistic director Tom Oldendick, Hill ran the company for a year, nearly erasing a big six-figure deficit.
The trick will be to find a path that can appease vulnerable members and base-pleasing conservatives in a difficult election year -- and to save face for leadership while jockeying to replace outgoing House Speaker Paul Ryan.
President Donald Trump has officially nominated Geoffrey Starks to the Federal Communications Commission to replace outgoing FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn.
Man what a great example with Keita and JT (outgoing senior Jae'Sean Tate).
The curators of the exhibition — Gartenfeld, along with the museum’s outgoing director Ellen Salpeter and the artist’s son Flavin Judd, curator and co-president of the Judd Foundation — should be commended on their display of the artwork.
The three replace outgoing Education Minister Soren Pind, Environment Minister Esben Lunde Larsen and Fisheries Minister Karen Ellemann, the sister of the new environment minister.
Bio, leader of the Sierra Leone People's Party and former junta head of the West African nation in 1996, took 51.81 percent of the vote, beating Samura Kamara of the outgoing All People's Congress, who won 48.19 in the poll on Wednesday.
Three department veterans have been chosen as finalists to replace outgoing Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck in one of the nation's most prominent law enforcement positions, according to three sources familiar with the selection process.
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last year the film company's outgoes exceeded its revenues by a wide margin
the outgo of the town's only remaining manufacturing plant was a disaster
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