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gubernatorially

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  • adv. In a gubernatorial fashion.

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Examples

  • Her OKC office is located at First National Center, first floor, east end, the same location used by the gubernatorially -- defeated candidate former Congressman Ernest Istook.

    Surge Protector Fallin Orders Peace Activists to Leave Public Building

  • He also created literally hundreds of new gubernatorially-appointed posts in higher education, thereby reducing oversight over higher education by decentralizing and politicizing the governance of the state's 28 community colleges and 11 universities.

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  • The introduced legislation, which would have given gubernatorially appointed Board of Education members the power to overrule elected local school boards on granting charters, met with staunch opposition.

    News for Richmond Times-Dispatch

  • Rod Blagojevich scandal, Democrats would delay the seating of a democratically elected Senate candidate so they can enable a gubernatorially-appointed placeholder to cast the deciding vote on a major piece of legislation that's hugely unpopular, is unconscionable.

    Say Anything

  • The second probe, by the state's gubernatorially-appointed Personnel Board, found she did not.

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • Bush ruined Florida's system of higher education by trashing the old system, replacing the centralized Board of Regents with individual -- and gubernatorially-appointed -- Boards of Trustees at each of the 11 universities a similar system was imposed on the 28 community colleges and a central -- but weakened -- Board of Governors also appointed by the Governor, the state has seen increasingly dysfunctional university governance, a uptick in presidents chosen for their political savvy rather than their academic résumés, and a plunge in rankings when compared with universities outside Florida.

    Governing Florida's universities: a glimmer of hope?

  • "by the Alaska legislature," whereas the second one is termed a probe carried out by "the state's gubernatorially-appointed Personnel Board."

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • "The House's decision over the weekend to paste a 15-member elected transportation commission onto a Texas Department of Transportation bill - replacing the current board of five gubernatorially appointed commissioners - is getting a lot of attention.

    Statesman - AP Sports

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