Newspaper editorials continue to excoriate Netanyahu, even calling for his resignation—editorials written by his supporters.
With no other option, Law tendered his resignation to Pope John Paul II and slinked off to Rome.
“If you have any kind of conscience or morals … Right about now you should be typing your resignation,” one user tweeted.
But these high-level sources who refused to be quoted or named say his resignation is only a matter of time.
The suddenness of Sarah Palin's resignation Friday raises the question about whether Palin is leaving to avert a major scandal.
Only the thought of the new world and all that it must mean steeled her to resignation.
You know, I suppose, that Freet was asked for his resignation at the same time you were?
A general of the National army, who was present, remarks that Barksdale died "like a brave man, with dignity and resignation."
resignation and endurance are two of women's chief characteristics.
With a sigh of resignation she sat down on the oak seat just outside the office window to wait.
late 14c., "act of resigning" (an office, etc.), from Old French resignation (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin resignationem (nominative resignatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin resignare (see resign). Meaning "submission, acquiescence" is from 1640s.