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- n. The status of being a chancellor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The office of a chancellor; the time during which one is chancellor.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The office or dignity of a chancellor; the period during which a chancellor holds office.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the office of chancellor
Next to the chancellorship is the embassy to Vienna, and an embassy to Paris is to be created.
The simplest explanation for her campaign is probably the most accurate: the chancellorship was a job she wanted very, very much.
The chancellorship is the job Ed Balls has always wanted.
Among them: "The role Teach for America founder Wendy Kopp played in pushing Rhee for the chancellorship."
"I have a clear vision for how I, together with my colleagues, will lead the FDP out of this difficult situation," Mr. Rösler said Tuesday after his fellow FDP leaders endorsed plans to give him the economics ministry and the vice chancellorship.
During his chancellorship, Gordon Brown claimed countless times that he was putting an end to Tory boom-and-bust.
This a necessary, but not sufficient, condition for our economic revival, and makes the "cheap money" policy during that earlier period of austerity under Hugh Dalton's Labour chancellorship of 1945-47 look like a vicarage tea party.
The day before Walcott ascended to the chancellorship, a group of early childhood educators, agency leaders, college faculty, policymakers, and other stakeholders gathered at NYU for "Early Care and Education: Forging a Common Mission in New York State," a policy forum sponsored by the NYC Association for the Education of Young Children.
And also it's, you know, it's also controversial that this is going to be your last chancellorship or superintendent position, that you have no desire to really run another school system.
All three challengers have been critical of Parker's leadership during the chancellorship of Michelle A. Rhee, and contend that he gave too much ground in negotiations for the contract that was signed and approved by teachers this past summer.