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  • noun Plural form of governor.

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  • The Republicans 'great strength in governors is in the upper Midwest, Northeast, starting in Pennsylvania, going around to Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin.

    Midterm Predictions: House, Senate, Gubernatorial

  • The Republicans 'great strength in governors is in the upper Midwest, Northeast, starting in Pennsylvania, going around to Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin.

    Midterm Predictions: House, Senate, Gubernatorial

  • If pastors are to be understood by this term governors, as contradistinct from teachers, formerly enumerated in the text; doth not this seem to devolve the matter of government so wholly upon the pastor, as that the teacher hath nothing to do with it? and hereby both pastor and teacher are wronged at once: the teacher, while power of governing is denied him, which belongs to him as well as to the pastor; the teacher being a minister of the word, hath power of administration of the sacraments and discipline, as well as the pastor: the pastor, while he consequently is deprived of the necessary and comfortable assistance of the teacher in point of government.

    The Divine Right of Church Government by Sundry Ministers Of Christ Within The City Of London

  • Historically, there are six examples of one term governors who went on to serve as vice president: Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, Thomas Hendricks, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Marshall, and Spiro Agnew.

    Hub Politics

  • Historically, there are six examples of one term governors who went on to serve as vice president: Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, Thomas Hendricks, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Marshall, and Spiro Agnew.

    Hub Politics

  • Historically, there are six examples of one term governors who went on to serve as vice president: Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, Thomas Hendricks, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Marshall, and Spiro Agnew.

    Hub Politics

  • Historically, there are six examples of one term governors who went on to serve as vice president: Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, Thomas Hendricks, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Marshall, and Spiro Agnew.

    Hub Politics

  • Historically, there are six examples of one term governors who went on to serve as vice president: Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, Thomas Hendricks, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Marshall, and Spiro Agnew.

    Hub Politics

  • Historically, there are six examples of one term governors who went on to serve as vice president: Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, Thomas Hendricks, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Marshall, and Spiro Agnew.

    Hub Politics

  • Historically, there are six examples of one term governors who went on to serve as vice president: Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, Thomas Hendricks, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Marshall, and Spiro Agnew.

    Hub Politics

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