noun, plural va·can·cies.
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Not that a vacancy or appointments elsewhere in Washington may matter.|Andrea Stone|March 5, 2013
And if you want to see it get even worse, just wait until the president selects someone to fill the next Supreme Court vacancy.|Robert Shrum|January 11, 2013
But since the vacancy at the spy agency opened up, there are indications he may have had a change of heart.|Daniel Klaidman|November 22, 2012
Emanuel refused its call that a principal hire a laid-off teacher when three of them applied for a vacancy.|James Warren|September 19, 2012
That ratio represents an improvement from the nadir of the recession, when there were 5.5 job seekers for every vacancy.|David Frum|March 10, 2012
Unfortunately her first appearance in London had to be postponed for a year owing to the fact of there being no vacancy.|Compton Mackenzie
Mr. Brewer afterwards received his Majesty's commission appointing him to the vacancy.|David Collins
Then followed a long vacancy, highly prejudicial to the progress of the church, but a vacancy365体育投注网站 that European affairs caused.|Various
The boy, on the other screen, slumped back in his chair, his face relaxing into its customary expression of vacancy.|Henry Beam Piper
Nothing could induce the bishop to fill up the vacancy at Hiram's Hospital caused by Mr. Harding's retirement.|Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton, Eds.