Definitions

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  • n. chairpersonship

Etymologies

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chair +‎ -ship

Examples

  • When she died at the age of 61, she left her collection of Egyptian artifacts to and endowed a chairship at University College, London, because it was the "only university in Britain offering degrees for women at that time."

    April 2009

  • Wait- when did you end up taking on the chairship of your dept?

    A secret message to my colleagues.

  • South Africa, through its chairship of the movement, had also aimed to strengthen South-South cooperation and to enhance North-South dialogue.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Booker, and the New York Times 'Nick Bilton share a laugh; photo by Esty Stein., the head of the Republican Party of Michigan and a candidate for the chairship of the

    techPresident

  • John Scmitz, right-wing republican congressman, who had had his committee chairship taken away from him in the California State Senate after issuing a press release attacking Jews, feminists and gays.

    Engage

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