Examples of mayor in a Sentence
the mayor of New York
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A survey commissioned by the mayor of London found this was due to soaring commercial property tax rates and relaxed laws around planning permission.
What is next for the mayor of San Diego in his second term?
Its first mayor, Jacques-Antoine Granjon, an online entrepreneur, was the brains behind moving the presidency.
When James Madison vetoed the bill Congress passed to pay for the Erie Canal, some promoters urged the canal’s most vocal proponent, DeWitt Clinton, a former mayor of New York City and then a U.S. Senator, to finance it privately.
During his run for mayor, Pekau had been critical of the village's debt burden, blaming the financing arrangements for Ninety 7 Fifty as a major contributor to the total.
This year’s opposition even has a notable guest — New York City mayor Bill de Blasio — traveling to Hamburg to join their ranks.
With summer here, the race between Rancho Bernardo’s two honorary mayor candidates is heating up.
Following the show, Anne Hidalgo, mayor of Paris, presented the Chanel designer with the Grand Vermeil medal (in front of Katy Perry and Tilda Swinton, no less).
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MAYOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mayor for English Language Learners
: an official who is elected to be the head of the government of a city or town
: a British official who represents a city or borough at public events
MAYOR Defined for Kids
Definition of mayor for Students
: an official elected to serve as head of a city, town, or borough
Legal Definition of mayor
: an official elected or appointed to act as chief executive or nominal head of a city, town, or borough
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