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gov·er·nor-gen·er·al

(gŭv′ər-nər-jĕn′ər-əl)
n. pl. gov·er·nors-gen·er·al or gov·er·nor-gen·er·als
A governor of a large territory who has other subordinate governors under his or her jurisdiction.

gov′er·nor-gen′er·al·ship′ n.
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His nearest pursuer George Baker had taken the opener on Govenor General for Jeremy Noseda.
Topspeed Dave Edwards Govenor General (2.00 Lingfield) Not disgraced when runner-up over 7f at Southwell recently and today's furlong further may help Jeremy Noseda's threeyear-old go one better.
Of his rivals, Jeremy Noseda saddles a rare runner at the track in Govenor General, but he appeared to go in snatches at Lingfield last time and the stable's horses are invariably sent off shorter than they deserve to be on the all-weather.