chairwomanship love

Definitions

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  • n. The office or term of chairwoman.

Etymologies

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chairwoman +‎ -ship

Examples

  • I don't know if anyone has made the connection or if there IS a connection, but: federal earmarks and her later chairwomanship of Stevens '527?

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  • Now Nancy Pelosi is mired in another personal predicament -- chairmanship or chairwomanship of the House Intelligence Committee.

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  • As Angle's official biography states, "She is proud of her past chairwomanship of We the People Nevada PAC."

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  • He sent female lawmakers to stump for women candidates, and after seven won election in 1994, Gingrich put two in women leadership, one in a committee chairwomanship and a handful on the powerful Rules Committee.

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  • "Having the city representatives be non-voting members came from the previous city administration," said Pederson, who is a member of the city council in addition to her chairwomanship on the Golden Spike board.

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  • Pelosi and Harman have a longstanding feud that came to a head in December 2006, when Pelosi refused to give Harman the chairwomanship of the Intelligence Committee.

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  • It will be difficult for Angle to claim she was unaware of the We The People PAC's positions because, as her official biography declares, "She is proud of her past chairwomanship of We the People Nevada PAC that sponsored the Property Tax Restraint

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