lady mayoress


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lady mayoress

n
Brit the wife of a lord mayor
Translations

lady mayoress

n (Brit) → moglie f (or figlia) del Lord Mayor
References in classic literature ?
The delight of the Nobility and Gentry shorn of a bonnet which a Lady Mayoress might have sighed to wear, and arrayed in a white sheet as a spectacle of mortification and humility
The Lord Mayor Michael Hammond and the Lady Mayoress Mary Maginniss were present at the event.
supported by the Lord Mayor Tony Concepcion and Lady Mayoress, his wife Ann.
BIRMINGHAM'S new Lord Mayor doesn't have a Lady Mayoress - he has a harem
The nursery was opened by the Lord and Lady Mayoress of Newcastle, Councillor George Pattison and his wife Sharon.
It was attended by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham Councillor Mike Leddy, the Lady Mayoress Pauline Leddy, MP for Erdington Jack Dromey, Councillor Josh Jones, Fun Run director Mr Tracey Spare, representatives of a score of local businesses and many individual supporters of the charity.
YOUNG musical talent in the North East is being celebrated this weekend at a special concert in the city centre before the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Newcastle Coun Brenda Hindmarsh and Gitta Faulkner.
COCKSHUT Hill's Key Skills and ASDAN group received a special request from the Lady Mayoress of Birmingham.
Here, some of the cast take a break from rehearsals to meet the Lady Mayoress of Liverpool at the Town Hall.
In her eventful life, she was also Lady Mayoress of the city she loved and worked as a volunteer in a Cardiff hospital for many years.
Hosted by the Lord and Lady Mayoress of Sheffield, the Owlerton venue will have a Pimms reception on the night, a `top-notch' menu and `royal-style' VIP enclosure.
THE girlfriend of Belfast's Lord Mayor got a blast from the past when she was asked to become Lady Mayoress.