- n. The office or term of a chairperson.
- From chairperson + -ship. (Wiktionary)
“PKM: There was a National Committee called High Power Expert Committee on Urban Infrastructure under the chairpersonship of eminent economist and public policy analyst, Isher Judge Ahluwalia for assessing city infrastructure needs and suggesting ways of financing city infrastructure development in India.”
“Council Speaker Christine Quinn just stripped firebrand Councilman Charles Barron of his chairmanship (or chairpersonship).”
“Tomorrow, Rev. Al Sharpton and others are organizing a protest in order to prevent popular dissident Charles Barron from losing his chairmanship (or chairpersonship) of the Higher Education Committee.”
“Al Sharpton will not be happy if Charles Barron loses his chairmanship (or chairpersonship).”
“Last year, for several months Tsai accompanied by other DPP members visited places throughout Taiwan to raise fund to pay back debts DPP had accumulated before she took the party chairpersonship on 5/20/08.”
“Boughey said Kent Morkel, former DA Western Cape chairman, had at the same time made an "unauthorised" offer to Arendse for the position of a sub-council chairpersonship.”
“As we meet here today, our country is hosting a SADC Conference that will see South Africa assuming chairpersonship of this regional structure.”
“South Africa will continue to do whatever is possible to accelerate this process, especially when we assume the chairpersonship of SADC in August this year.”
“The debate was prompted by the establishment, at the behest of Cabinet, of the Electoral Task Team (ETT) under the chairpersonship of Dr Frederick Van Zyl Slabbert.”
“As soon as the appointment of the commission under the chairpersonship of Justice Landsdowne was announced, the union seized the opportunity it presented.”
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