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Noun
/ˈmāər/,
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mayors, plural;
  1. The elected head of a city, town, or other municipality

  2. The titular head of a municipality that is administered by a city manager


  1. the head of a city government
  2. In many countries, a mayor (from the Latin māior, meaning "greater") is the highest ranking officer in a municipal government of local town or large urban city.
  3. Richard Wilkins III, also simply known as the Mayor, is a fictional character created by Joss Whedon for the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Played by Harry Groener, he was the villainous mayor of the series' fictional town of Sunnydale. ...
  4. Mayor is a musical with a book by Warren Leight and music and lyrics by Charles Strouse. It is based on the best-selling memoir by former New York City Mayor Ed Koch and depicts a single day in the life of the city's leader.
  5. In the Netherlands and Belgium, the mayor (burgemeester) is an appointed government position, whose main responsibility is chairing the executive and legislative councils of a municipality.
  6. Mayor is a French surname of Viking or Norman origin.
  7. This article lists characters seen in the film The Nightmare Before Christmas and video games ' and '. A number of these notable characters have also appeared in the Kingdom Hearts series of video games, as well as in the form of action figures and in published books. ...
  8. Sean Thomas Casey (born July 2, 1974, in), nicknamed "the Mayor," is a former Major League Baseball first baseman for the Cleveland Indians, Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates, Detroit Tigers, and Boston Red Sox. He is currently a broadcaster for Major League Baseball.
  9. The leader of a city, or a municipality, sometimes just a figurehead and sometimes a powerful position. In some countries, the mayor is elected by the citizens or by the city council
  10. (Mayors) Samuel D. Holt, 1838; Jack Thorington, 1839-1840; Hardy Herbert, 1841; Perez Coleman, 1842-1846; Nimrod E. Benson, 1847; Edwin B. Harris, 1848-1849; Robert T. Davis, 1850; Thomas Welsh, 1851; Samuel D. Holt, 1852; Charles Hansford, 1853-1859; Andrew J. Noble, 1860-1861; J.F. ...
  11. An elected or appointed head of a city or town
  12. Either the representative of a city (or a city quarter, as in Assur PGP ) or a temple (like the temple of Nabu PGP  in Kalhu PGP ); chosen by the king from among the local population.
  13. The Mayor is the Chief Executive Officer of the Township and is elected to a four year term, on the same year that two council persons are elected. The Mayor is responsible for all administrative and operational aspects of the government. Back to Top
  14. All Canadian municipalities elect, on an at-large basis, a mayor (or reeve in the case of some rural municipalities) who presides at council meetings and who can also make recommendations to council. ...
  15. the person who has been chosen by the council of Mount Laurel to be the town's leader
  16. Title given to the person with the most check-ins at a particular location on Foursquare. There are often discounts and freebies associated with being Mayor.
  17. An elected municipal official who may, depending upon the charter, have specific duties and responsibilities.
  18. The presiding officer of the City Council and chief elected officer of the City of Bellaire.
  19. A common term given to a lead drum such as the Iya in a bata drum ensemble.
  20. and Mrs. Mayor: They have always known that Yiffburgh has unique potential, and now that they know about The Gods of Yiff, they begin to understand what Yiffburgh is for. Among other things, they start brewing boinkberry wine. Mrs. Mayor appears to also be the avatar of Shirley's mother.
  21. is the two-faced "leader" of Halloween Town. He has two faces which show his emotions. They switch often between sad and happy. Although he is the mayor, he is "only an elected official", and cannot do anything without Jack Skellington's guidance and help. ...
  22. The mayor carries out the laws.
  23. Antonio Román Jasaneda (PP)
  24. J. Rekha Priyadharshini
  25. Roberto Thiele (Ind.)