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  • noun The wife (or woman of similar rank) of a male chief executive of a nation; especially the wife of the President of a country.

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Examples

  • There is a lot of attention being paid, and rightly so, to the fact that the next president of Haiti might be a woman, former First Lady and Senator Mirlande Manigat, who received over 31 percent of the vote in the first round.

    Maria Bello: Women Key to Haitian Rebuilding

  • It's another when the House Speaker of your state acts like a six-year-old and uses his time in office to send official emails mocking the president and First Lady, going as far as to ask other elected officials to pray for the demise of their Commander-in-Chief.

    David Fagin: From Jules Manson to Jan Brewer to Mike O'Neal: When Will the Disrespecting of the Office of the President End?

  • The president and First Lady will host a conference to discourage bullying.

    Liberal groups to push Obama on jobs plan

  • Neither does our commitment to protecting civil liberties and human rights, the former First Lady will say.

    Clinton Seeks Web Freedoms

  • There is a lot of attention being paid, and rightly so, to the fact that the next president of Haiti might be a woman, former First Lady and Senator Mirlande Manigat, who received over 31 percent of the vote in the first round.

    Maria Bello: Women Key to Haitian Rebuilding

  • That evening, before we were seated for dinner, the president and the First Lady argued over whose table I was going to sit at.

    Misty

  • That evening, before we were seated for dinner, the president and the First Lady argued over whose table I was going to sit at.

    Misty

  • * Phoebe's mother told me that First Lady, Michelle Obama wrote Phoebe a letter to thank her for her generosity.

    Toan Lam: Four Preschoolers Inspire 135,000 Meals for the Needy (VIDEO)

  • As a White House spokesman at the time, I criticized the way Republicans were "looking to play politics with the safety of the First Lady," and distributed memos from Republican chiefs of staff James Baker and John Sununu supporting the use of military planes for the First Lady's trips.

    Jim Kennedy: What's Behind the Attack on Michelle Obama

  • But the former First Lady was blunt Thursday in pressing the Southeast Asian country to improve its respect for human rights amid signs its communist leaders are intensifying a crackdown on democracy advocates, Internet bloggers and religious leaders.

    Clinton Lauds Vietnam Relationship

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