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mayoress

1. Chiefly Brit the wife of a mayor
2. a female mayor
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The event raised money for resident funds and the Mayor and Mayoress spent time meeting residents, looking round the home and having ago on various stalls.
Finally, we wish Cllr Roz Gladden, our new Lord Mayor, her Lady Mayoress and Consort a very successful year.
The new Mayor is accompanied by his partner, Mandy Coram, as Mayoress, and Cllr Eric Wyn Roberts and his wife as deputy Mayor and deputy Mayoress.
The Lord Mayor and Lord Mayoress of Cardiff also stopped by to congratulate Mrs Nelson and present her with a bouquet of flowers.
I would like to thank everyone who came along and contributed to raising money for the home, including the mayor and mayoress, who were very welcoming towards our residents and all in attendance.
In line with Ladies' Day at Ascot, invited ladies arrived wearing a hat, as had been requested by the Mayoress.
BIRMINGHAM'S new Lord Mayor doesn't have a Lady Mayoress - he has a harem
The Mayor and Mayoress of Redcar led fundraisers into the sea for the Boxing Day dip.
TESCO workers have revealed Mary Byrne is known as the Lady Mayoress in their Ballyfermot store.
COCKSHUT Hill's Key Skills and ASDAN group received a special request from the Lady Mayoress of Birmingham.
mayoresses view Birkenhead Town Hall's splendid Arrow Hall lantern, guided by the Mayoress, Mrs J Miller, in September, 1952.
The new Lord Mayor, Coun Michael Wilkes, and the Lady Mayoress, Vivienne Wilkes, joined guests at a charity fundraising event at Mint Indian and Bangladeshi Restaurant in Yardley.