Examples of vacancy in a Sentence
School administrators are trying to fill vacancies before the beginning of the school year.
There were no vacancies at the hotel.
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Further Fed vacancies remain, with the nominees for board positions unknown.
The council called a special meeting Wednesday to vote on filling that vacancy at the request of Martinez.
City and police officials have blamed the vacancy crisis primarily on San Diego officers being among the lowest paid in the region and the state, prompting many officers to transfer to other law enforcement agencies with higher pay.
The following will come as a shock to no one: A team that has three vacancies in its starting rotation and no veterans in its bullpen is planning to concentrate its off-season efforts on pitching.
Under current law, the governor is not allowed to make an appointment to the Florida Supreme Court, or the state courts of appeal, unless there is a vacancy.
At one point in July, Lansing Correctional Facility had 116 staff vacancies.
Even with Quarles and Goodfriend in place, the White House would have three Fed vacancies: another governor, a vice chairman, and a new chairman if Trump decides not to renominate Yellen.
Alvarez and Hickerson were previously nominated in May 2017 by the commission for a district court vacancy in division 11.
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