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superintendency

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as superintendence.
  • noun The office or the place of business of a superintendent.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act of superintending; superintendence.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun uncountable The condition of being a superintendent
  • noun countable The act of superintending

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Examples

  • "The superintendency is a difficult, difficult job, and some people just get worn out," said Bob Griggs of North Richland Hills.

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  • "The superintendency is a difficult, difficult job, and some people just get worn out," said Bob Griggs of North Richland Hills.

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  • "The superintendency is a difficult, difficult job, and some people just get worn out," said Bob Griggs of North Richland Hills.

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  • "The superintendency is a difficult, difficult job, and some people just get worn out," said Bob Griggs of North Richland Hills.

    Local News | The Bryan College Station Eagle

  • "The superintendency is a difficult, difficult job, and some people just get worn out," said Bob Griggs of North Richland Hills.

    EducationNews.org - A Global Leading News Source

  • "The superintendency is a difficult, difficult job, and some people just get worn out," said Bob Griggs of North Richland Hills.

    EducationNews.org - A Global Leading News Source

  • The upstart committee will look at the numbers behind a split and then make one of three recommendations to the school committee and possibly residents at a town meeting: Stick with the current setup, revert to two independent K-8 school districts, or convert to a system with one superintendent and three districts - a setup called a superintendency union.

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  • These circumstances, being often repeated, give women the abilities as well as a taste for that kind of superintendency to which, by their prudence and good management, they seem to be in general very equal.

    Woman's Life in Colonial Days

  • These circumstances being often repeated, give women the abilities as well as a taste for that kind of superintendency, to which, by their prudence and good management, they seem to be in general very equal.

    Letters from an American Farmer

  • People think that when you are an educator you clearly aspire to a superintendency or to be secretary of education.

    DeMorning DeBonis: Jan. 31, 2011

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