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Synonyms for demit

to relinquish one's engagement in or occupation with

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Sometimes we would happen upon a row of rose bushes in full bloom partially covered by brush," says Demits.
So far as the Prime Minister is concerned, it would be most desirable that a provision be made in the Lok Pal Bill to take action against him for any misdemeanor only after he demits the office.
Sharma has announced that he would retire on the day Mishra demits his office ( September 3).
But once the Prime Minister demits the office, he or she may be investigated for any wrongdoing during the term.
R& AW chief Sanjiv Tripathi will retire on December 31, the same day that IB director Nehchal Sandhu demits office.
Not the ideal end to a glittering political career -- defence, finance, external affairs, commerce minister over the last 30 years, deputy chairman of the Planning Commission, party's chief trouble shooter, man for all seasons -- he will regret that he demits office when the economy is headed southwards.
My hunch is that by the time he finally demits office at the end of the current term, he wants to leave a mark on two issues that are dearest to him: Indo- Pak relations and India's deserved seat on the high table that is the United Nations Security Council ( UNSC).
The Sangh also retained the exclusive right to appoint the next BJP president after Rajnath Singh demits office in December.
When The New York Times food critic demits office after five years, the city's dining world, naturally, is abuzz with speculation on his successor, for the position brings with it the terror of destroying reputations.
The government had earlier this month said prima facie it was opposed to the inclusion of the Prime Minister under the ambit of Lokpal, but was open to the idea of covering him once he demits office.
The government on Saturday said prima facie it was opposed to the inclusion of the Prime Minister under the ambit of Lokpal, but was open to the idea of covering him once he demits office.