Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to a mayor or mayors, or the office of mayor.
- n. A head shepherd; an overseer; a leader of a pack-train.
- adj. Relating to the office of the mayor.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The conductor of a mule team; also, a head shepherd.
- adj. Of or pertaining to a mayor.
- adj. of or relating to a mayor or the office of mayor
“Democratic Sen. Bill Perkins of Manhattan says the committee will be a check on what he called mayoral dictatorship of the schools.”
“But Bossman, who also speaks English, tells international media his victory in mayoral elections shows that Slovenia is now mature enough to elect a nonwhite political representative.”
“Palin didn't start the suburbanization of Wasilla, but she urged it along during her two-term mayoral administration, from 1996 to 2002.”
“That's a stark economic and political departure from the county's last two-term mayoral counterpart,”
“He told The New York Times in an interview published Monday he believes the charter allows the City Council to grant Bloomberg permission to break a voter-approved two-term mayoral term limit without a referendum.”
“No. It means a lot of things," says the once and future bookseller who's nearing the end of his two-term mayoral stint.”
“An interesting bit of backstory to the battle over Tim Burgess’ attempt to expand the definition of aggressive panhandling, which passed the city council 5-4 yesterday but faces a certain mayoral veto.”
“Will Fenty’s loss diminish faith in mayoral control turning around failing schools?”
“This is what's known as mayoral control -- when authority over education is in the hands of a mayor rather than an elected school board.”
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