from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The position or role of a mayor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The office of a mayor.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The office or dignity of a mayor.
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Google has to be seen to be aggressively competing for the 'mayorship' of display advertising, as this post indicates.
"check in" from stadiums, bars and bookstores and compete for "mayorship," collect badges and share tips.
"mayorship" to those who most frequently "check in" at a specific place
In a way, it invites a larger question about his whole mayorship: As we approach the anniversary of 9/11, have Mayor Bloomberg's lectures about religious freedom and tolerance really left New York a freer and more tolerant place?
Even I doubt, she can recapture the mayorship of Wassilla under current political tide.
He probably doesn't have the mayorship of New York anymore, that dream is gone.
Later he was chosen by the elected city counselors to be the mayor of the city, Batarseh won the mayorship in part by pro-Hamas candidates.
I was the first Mountain Party person elected to office: the mayorship of the dying but developable, historic town of Richwood.
Imagine if you will the devastated state of Living Island when, after many attempts, Witchiepoo wins the mayorship in an election stolen by spiking the punch at a meet-n-greet with love potion.
They recall the best of the fringe candidates: Mary Carey, the porn star turned would-be California governor's candidate; Gary Coleman, her diminutive opponent; Kenny Kramer, who ran on a pot platform for New York mayorship in 1997.