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posting in Officials topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpostingpost‧ing /ˈpəʊstɪŋ $ ˈpoʊs-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 PGOSENDif a soldier, a representative of a country etc gets a posting somewhere, they are sent there to do their jobposting to 🔊 shortly before his posting to South Africa 🔊 a diplomatic postingsee thesaurus at job2 (also post) a message sent to an Internet discussion group so that all members of the group can read it3 American English a public notice, especially one advertising a job 🔊 job postings
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postingThus while alt.games.gravy might have light and anarchic postings, biz.gravy.train would get right down to the business.Check posting of discounts. 6.I've dreamed as far as the first posting.Where necessary, enclose the certificate of posting or a clear photocopy. 3.Alternatively, in organisations where such postings are advertised internally, there may be only one candidate who comes forward for selection.Not only did he have a military background with postings overseas, but he was unassuming and discreet.diplomatic postingHis last diplomatic posting was as ambassador and plenipotentiary in Paris.