• a shower cabinet
  • シャワー室
  • a single-party Cabinet
  • 単独内閣
  • in Cabinet
  • 閣議で
  • A common complaint about the arcade cabinet was that the track ball controls frequently broke from repeated use.
  • Wikipedia: Marble Madness
  • A further 2,500 jobs are to be created in the £140 million Gateway warehouse and distribution park, this is expected to compensate for the 6,000 job losses as a result of the decline in manufacturing, anticipated in a report cited by the cabinet member for economic growth and regeneration in 2006.
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  • After a slight postponement, an announcement was made on 1 February 1942, detailing how the cabinet had elected Quisling to the post of Minister-President of the national government.
  • Wikipedia: Vidkun Quisling
  • After King called an election for June 11, 1945, Macdonald resigned from the federal cabinet.
  • Wikipedia: Angus Lewis Macdonald
  • After the cabinet consulted with the Chief Justice Roger Taney they decided that if Tyler took the presidential Oath of Office he would assume the office of President.
  • Wikipedia: William Henry Harrison
  • Although a few of Harding's cabinet appointees were scandal-tarred, Coolidge announced that he would not demand any of their resignations, believing that since the people had elected Harding, he should carry on Harding's presidency, at least until the next election.
  • Wikipedia: Calvin Coolidge
  • Another article written in 1960 for American Heritage by Ernest Wittenberg provided new diagrams describing how the director sat inside the cabinet.
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  • Attorney General Wayne MacVeagh was next to resign, believing that, as a reformer, he had no place in an Arthur cabinet.
  • Wikipedia: Chester A. Arthur
  • AX cabinets are quite rare; according to a fan-compiled F-Zero AX Locations database, less than twenty are available in the North America region.
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  • Brewer, the nephew of Justice Field, had previously been considered for a cabinet position.
  • Wikipedia: Benjamin Harrison
  • By 1925 he was considering appointing Stewart to the Senate, to remove him from active political involvement, but was handicapped by the absence of any other Alberta representation in his cabinet.
  • Wikipedia: Charles Stewart (Canadian politician)
  • By the end of the year, Tam had resigned as foreign minister and fled to China, and only one of the three original VNQDD cabinet members was still in office.
  • Wikipedia: Viet Nam Quoc Dan Dang
  • Evarts, his Secretary of State, to lead a special cabinet committee charged with drawing up new rules for federal appointments.
  • Wikipedia: Rutherford B. Hayes
  • Ford appointed William Coleman as Secretary of Transportation, the second black man to serve in a presidential cabinet (after Robert Clifton Weaver) and the first appointed in a Republican administration.
  • Wikipedia: Gerald Ford
  • Former Diem cabinet minister Phan Khac Suu was sentenced to eight years, mainly for being a signatory of the Caravelle Group which called on Diem to reform.
  • Wikipedia: 1960 South Vietnamese coup attempt
  • Greenfield offered to stay, but on June 11 King told him that the cabinet would need the summer to consider the question and that no agreement would be immediately forthcoming.
  • Wikipedia: Herbert Greenfield
  • Hall was offered a high position in the Liberal senate ticket if he rejoined, and a position in cabinet if the Liberals defeated the federal Labor government.
  • Wikipedia: Liberal Movement (Australia)
  • He advised Cameron and his shadow cabinet until he resigned, shortly after the 2010 general election, stating that Cameron, by then prime minister, should turn to the incumbent chiefs of staff for defence advice and citing no desire to become a special adviser.
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  • He contrasted his appointments of blacks to his cabinet with the Democrats' support of the Separate Coach Bill.
  • Wikipedia: William O'Connell Bradley