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    "on the post of" or "to the post of"

    He has been appointed "on" the post of a clerk. or
    He has been appointed "to" the post of a clerk.
    Thank you.

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    Re: "on the post of" or "to the post of"

    Quote Originally Posted by edmondjanet View Post
    He has been appointed "on" the post of a clerk. or
    He has been appointed "to" the post of a clerk.
    Thank you.
    appointed to the post (never on)

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