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Sentence count:40Posted:2016-09-04Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: historianalternativeinternationalsenatorcoordinatorexuberanceinternalexternalMeaning: [‚gjuːbənə'tɔːrɪəl]  adj. relating to a governor. 
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1. Hank looked like a gubernatorial candidate.
2. Four heavyset men stood in the gubernatorial anteroom.
3. None of the potential gubernatorial candidates has specifically addressed what are bound to be the significant costs of their anti- crime proposals.
4. Incumbents were re-elected in all gubernatorial contests except Iwate, Saga and Osaka.
5. In the 36 gubernatorial contests the Democrats won 19, the Republicans 14 and independents two.
6. Bryan said gubernatorial incumbency can be both an advantage and liability when running for the Senate.
7. I served as finance chairman of his successful gubernatorial races.
8. Pete Wilson supports the initiative, while Democratic gubernatorial candidate Kathleen Brown has staked her election hopes on vehement opposition.
9. In the 2010 gubernatorial election, Mr Kasich defeated the Democratic incumbent by promising to address a large budget deficit and stem a tide of job losses.
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10. Most international and domestic observers believe the presidential, gubernatorial, and legislative elections were some of Nigeria's fairest ever.
11. The Republican gubernatorial nominee has acknowledged reaching a deal with the employee over the altercation three years ago.
12. The Idaho gubernatorial candidate formerly known as Marvin Richardson is so strongly opposed to abortion that he has changed his name to Pro-Life.
13. Still not enough to justify this desire to reach across the table and deliver a hard right to the gubernatorial chin.
14. The Democrats in the 1980s have continued to dominate congressional, gubernatorial and state legislative elections.
15. The Texas governorship was generally considered to be one of the most significant of the country's gubernatorial prizes.
16. Unfortunately for Mr Wilson, that comeback will be tepid - and probably hardly noticeable until after next year's gubernatorial election.
17. Dole, in losing to George Bush in the 1988 primaries, recognized that gubernatorial endorsements are more important than senatorial ones.
18. The exile can't be doing wonders for her once-bright 2002 gubernatorial campaign.
19. Race factor in south Race was a prominent factor in two Southern gubernatorial elections.
20. Her blunt opposition to Symington completed a process of disassociation between the two that began during the last gubernatorial election campaign.
21. And yet, if Mr Brown does pitch his hat into the gubernatorial contest, he will start with a handicap.
22. He lived in his own home rather than a secured gubernatorial mansion and took a public streetcar to his office each day.
23. Wednesday night, he was scheduled to speak at a fund-raising event in Maryland for once-and-future gubernatorial candidate Ellen Sauerbrey.
24. Nor did he, as the article stated, run against David Duke in the Louisiana gubernatorial election.
25. In California Dianne Feinstein became the first woman to win a major party gubernatorial nomination in the country's most populous state.
26. Koch Industries' political action committee, KochPAC, donated $50, 000 to Texans for Rick Perry last year for his gubernatorial campaign, according to the Texas Ethics Commission.
27. November - Luis Fortuno of the pro-statehood New Progressive Party wins gubernatorial election and is inaugurated in January.
28. in the same year Douglas Wilder, another black candidate, was 11 points ahead the day before the Virginia gubernatorial election, and won by only 0.5.
29. The study, however, did not predict who had the charisma to win the races in Tuesday's US legislative and gubernatorial elections.
30. Dick Tuck, the grandfather of political high jinks, arranges for an adoring crowd, holding signs in Chinese, to greet gubernatorial candidate Richard Nixon in Los Angeles's Chinatown.
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