Directorships [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Directorships:

He had received those fifty shares of stock from Aunt Clara and regarded them as a presage of his coming directorship.

Roger could express no hope in this direction or even look as though he approved of the directorship.

Ivan Aleksandrovich, do come and take the directorship of the department.

From this his great abilities soon raised him to the directorship, which he now holds with so much credit to the university.

Or, if you wish good business connection, a directorship of the East India Company?

He must have had it very much at heart, to have invented the roundabout plan of getting the old gentleman a directorship.

More fatal still, perhaps, was the unfitness of Basedow for the directorship of the institution.

In 1873 he was Slade professor of fine art, and was appointed in the next year to the directorship of the Fitzwilliam Museum.

Through the influence of his friend Dorn, he secured a directorship at Riga, Minna also being engaged at the theater.

As it must lead in future years to the Directorship, I do hope you look at it, as a piece of good fortune.