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n.1.The office or status of an elector.
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He had lost his electorship and his duchy, which was being plundered by the Emperor's mercenary soldiers.
57) The majority's response pointed out that Nevada had already cast aside the property requirement for jurors that existed at common law and had substituted a single criterion for jurors: qualified electorship.
Concepts and events such as indulgences, treaties, wars, and electorships sometimes appear without any explanation.