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mayoress

1. Chiefly Brit the wife of a mayor
2. a female mayor
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Students were praised by city council officials, Trees for Life, The Civic Society and the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress, who also contributed by lending a hand with planting.
Lady Mayoress Caron Matchet pours a cuppa for volunteers Stella Cronin and Frank Malone.
Anna became mayoress of sleepy Sussex resort Eastbourne after dad Colin was appointed mayor and named her as his civic companion.
Last night, Liz said: "I was really thrilled to be asked to be lady mayoress.
The new Mayoress, Mrs Carol Curran, will welcome her guests into the civic centre from 2pm-4pm to share afternoon tea and enjoy music from local primary schools.
Coun Brew later admitted that Sandra, pictured, who was Lady Mayoress in 2007, had featured in a news story rather than modelling assignment.
Today she looks back at its story - from the grand opening in 1929 when a mayoress fell in the lake, up to the present day.
Here, some of the cast take a break from rehearsals to meet the Lady Mayoress of Liverpool at the Town Hall.
It was Lady Mayoress Caron Matchet's way of thanking the women for their hard work at Sure Start's children's centres in Willenhall, Bell Green, Foleshill and Tile Hill.
Neil Dale, Martin Yardley, Tracey Miller, Mike Ralph; Lady Mayoress Lyn Batten, Lord Mayor Coun Dave Batten, Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Nuneaton & Bedworth, Lord and Lady Mayoress of Tamworth; Stuart Linnell, Coun Andy Matchet, Caron Matchet, Jean Kimbrow, Coun Hazel Noonan, Coun Ken Taylor; Mark White, Bernie White, Stephen Pearson; Coun Ken Taylor, John McGuigan, Stella Manzie, Harvey Williams; Paula Deas, Jamie Deas, Jacqui Staunton, Dierdre Fitzhugh; Gez O'Neill, Karen O'Neill, Alan Parker, Jane Barlow, Amanda Parker, Nigel Barlow, Margaret, Mike Gosling; Phil Jardine, Laura Dodd, Roger Bailey, Coun Kevin Foster, Coun Gary Ridley, Alan Andrews
WE refer to the article on page seven of the South Wales Echo on July 23 entitled "'Ranting Mayoress Sworn In" along with reference to the footage of the YouTube website.
Mrs Tattersall, the mayoress of nearby Torrington in 2001, said she wanted "other women to know what he's like".