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  • n. Plural form of editorship.

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Examples

  • Of course Myler's editorships are not without achievement – the exposure of Pakistani cricket corruption being one.

    Colin Myler: the great survivor

  • His previous editorships include the official Microsoft Windows magazine.

    MIND MELD: Speculative Fiction Books That Should Be Assigned in School

  • Coulson may have misled him on the payments to the police and the extent of phone hacking under his and Rebekah Brooks's editorships, but that is no excuse.

    Over more than three decades, no one dared question the perversion of politics by and for Rupert Murdoch | Henry Porter

  • No one President can repair the foreign policy, "divide, command and control by establishing editorships in places of democratically elected governments." blunders of half century e.g. KMT China, Indonesia, Philippines, Pakistan, Iran, Jordan, Egypt, Chile.

    McCain: Obama has done well, but hasn't been bipartisan

  • That leaves 42 percent of the other factors, including acceptance rate, faculty resources, student-faculty ratio, percent of faculty with awards or editorships among selected education journals, total research expenditures, and average expenditures per faculty member.

    Any value to U.S. News rankings?

  • Although her academic training was in art history, her professional career turned early toward publishing, including executive editorships at both Encyclopedia Americana and World Book Encyclopedia.

    Francine Klagsbrun.

  • Here is the challenge --- within the history of the Austrian school name another set of PhD students who have published more, placed their articles in higher tier outlets, received honors and attention in the main cultural outlets for public opinion NYT, New Yorker, Economist, Boston Globe, etc. and advanced to editorships and scholarly organization leadership positions.

    How My Worlds Collide - The Austrian Economists

  • In its second appearance, which we may date from the editorships of first Tina Brown and then Graydon Carter, the magazine had the advantage of knowing the mistakes of the previous one.

    The V.F. Century

  • The poems below were published during the editorships of James Russell Lowell and James T. Fields, which extended from 1857 to 1871.

    Poetic Justice

  • Of course, ideally scholars are evaluated on the strength of the work, but for so much of what we do executive board positions in societies, editorships/associate editorships, chair positions, awards, grants knowing someone who is connected is critical.

    Ferule & Fescue

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