Definition of Mayorship. Meaning of Mayorship. Synonyms of Mayorship

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Definition of Mayorship

Mayorship
Mayorship May"or*ship, n. The office of a mayor.

Meaning of Mayorship from wikipedia

- Nomaindiya Mfeketo is the Minister of Human Settlements as at 26 February 2018. She was previously Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation...
- government to implement the transportation system. In addition, during his mayorship, Bambang was also the president of the football club ****baya, until...
- Jay Tibshraeny ( /ˈtɪbʃreɪniː/ TIB-shray-nee, born in 1954) is an American politician. A former senator in the Arizona Senate, he has been the mayor of...
- about quasi-inheritance. The office was treated as joint property: one Mayorship held by two brothers jointly. Each, however, had his own geographic jurisdiction...
- mayor of the Karachi Muni****l Committee in 1911 until 1921. Under his mayorship, civic improvements led to the installation of gas lamps along the city's...
- gained a higher public profile that benefited his subsequent run for the mayorship. In 1995 he was elected Mayor of Bogotá. Under Mockus's leadership, Bogotá...
- Hungarian spies in Romania". Many of Funar's changes were reversed under the mayorship of his successor, Emil Boc. Between 1992 and 1993, Funar supported a large-scale...
- uprising of the same year ended the possibility of creating a strong mayorship. The Executive Commission - charged to provisionally rule the country...
- Fikri Sönmez (widely known as Terzi Fikri ("Fikri the Tailor")) (1938 - 4 May 1985) was a Turkish socialist politician, who served as the mayor of Fatsa...
- The mayoralty of Rob Ford in Toronto began on December 1, 2010 and ended on November 30, 2014. Rob Ford was elected mayor with 383,501 votes (47%) over...
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