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Sentence count:27Posted:2017-03-29Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: lieutenantgovernorgovernancegoverngovernmenttenantcovenantappurtenantMeaning: n. an elected official serving as deputy to the governor of a state of the United States. 
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1. He later served as lieutenant governor and a brief stint as the unpopular governor of Massachusetts.
2. No one pictured a lieutenant governor with a disability when Queen's Park was built.
3. Lieutenant Governor Jim Guy Tucker, House Speaker John Lipton, and Senate President Jerry Bookout assured me they would take care of the state in my absence.
4. Palin will hand power to her deputy, lieutenant governor Sean Parnell.
5. Thornburgh had dispatched his Lieutenant Governor, William Scranton, to Three Mile Island to bring back a first-hand assessment.
6. Appearing on the same broadcast, Illinois Lieutenant Governor Pat Quinn described Blagojevich as a man who became increasingly isolated during his time in office.
7. Carol Molnau, Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota , Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
8. As Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania during the Three Mile Island crisis, William Scranton III observed and experienced much of that pervasive fear.
9. Following Blagojevich's removal, Lieutenant Governor Pat Quinn quickly was sworn into office as the new Illinois governor.
10. In 1982, at the age of thirty-seven, John Wade was elected lieutenant governor.
11. An unscientific poll of my friends revealed that no one knew who the lieutenant governor was.
12. Three years as a legislative liaison, six years in the state senate, four tedious years as lieutenant governor.
13. Scranton's visit to Three Mile Island did not signal the end of the crisis, but it did remove some of the haunting mystery of the event for the Lieutenant Governor and those he worked with.
14. After two terms in office, she earned statewide recognition by pursuing the nomination for lieutenant governor — which she lost by only 2, 000 votes.
15. I also won the caucuses in Hawaii, thanks to Governor John Waihee, and in Missouri, where Lieutenant Governor Mel Carnahan endorsed me, despite having his own primary campaign for governor.
16. Spitzer said his resignation will take effect on Monday at the request of Lieutenant Governor David Paterson to provide time for an orderly transition.
17. In 1862, Sarah married William Wirt Winchester, son of Oliver Fisher Winchester, Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut and manufacturer of the famous Winchester repeating rifle.
18. South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford says he be out of office by his lieutenant governor.
19. The merchant's got tired of paying the toll and of the other mean things that Blackbeard did to them, so they asked the lieutenant governor of Virginia, Alexander Spotswood to help get rid of him.
20. Palin said she will formally step down July 26, and Lieutenant Governor Sean Parnell will be inaugurated.
21. He is a former presidential campaign aide, whose father was lieutenant governor of Virginia and now head's that state's Republican party.
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22. They had a third alternative in Joe Purcell, a decent, low-key man who had been attorney general and lieutenant governor and done a good job with both positions.
23. I could no longer devote any time to the job, and Lieutenant Governor Jim Guy Tucker was more than ready and able to take over.
24. On March 24, Consul General Gao Yanping met with Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, Lieutenant Governor Jay Dardenne and Secretary of State Tom Schedler in Baton Rouge, Capital city of Louisiana.
25. If the apparent Republican victory is sustained, each political party would hold 20 seats in the next legislature, with the Republican lieutenant governor holding the tie-breaking vote.
26. His father is chairman of the Republican Party in Virginia, former assistant secretary of the Education Department's office of special education and former lieutenant governor of Virginia.
27. "The ignorant majority, when unrestrained by a superior class, always sought to tamper with sound money," said Thomas Hutchinson, a lieutenant governor of Massachusetts in 1753.
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