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- n. The office or role of vice-president.
- n. The bureaucratic organization and governmental initiatives devolving directly from the vice-president.
- n. The time during which one is vice-president; a vice-president's term of office.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The office or term of vicepresident.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the tenure of a vice president
- n. the office and function of a vice president
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But Horne insisted it would not sacrifice the home nations' permanent Fifa vice-presidency in order to curry favour with the game's world governing body.
Horne said: "There's no view across the FA that that sentiment holds any water, that we should be abandoning the British vice-presidency."
June 26th, 2009 6: 25 pm ET gregg: some people are fine electing moronic, chickenhawk [R] cowards into the presidency and vice-presidency, but a [D] comes along to clean up the mess caused by 8 years of abject [R] failure and he's crucified.
I wanted Obama to run for president after he'd served two terms in the vice-presidency.
July 7th, 2009 7: 16 am ET very pathetic ... would she be the type to quit the vice-presidency mid-term? we are lucky that obama/biden won, Palin does not belong in politics.
Dick Cheney is the worst sort of war criminal who is now thumbing his nose at the Obama Administration because he's believes he got away with the constitutional travesties committed during his vice-presidency.
Knowing this guy was just a few stolen votes away from the vice-presidency is sobering.
Another reason to celebrate the vice-presidency of Joe Biden.
He will soon be resigning his Delaware seat to assume the vice-presidency, and Ted Kaufmann, a longtime aide to Senator Biden, has already been named to replace him.
That brought me to the home of Vice-President Villagran who had recently taken a leave of absence from his vice-presidency.