a woman who is a member of a municipal legislative body, especially of a municipal council.
- Alder’s anomaly
alder’s anomaly Alder’s anomaly Al·der’s anomaly (äl’dərz) n. Coarse azurophilic granulation of white blood cells, especially granulocytes.
a member of a municipal legislative body, especially of a municipal council. (in England) one of the members, chosen by the elected councilors, in a borough or county council. Early English History. a chief. (later) the chief magistrate of a county or group of counties. Northern U.S. Slang. a pot belly. Historical Examples These influences […]
the district, office, or rank of an alderman. Historical Examples He purchased the aldermanry of this ward, as by the abstract of deeds, which I have read thereof, may appear. The Survey of London John Stow Under the circumstances it was deemed best to keep the aldermanry open until Wilkes regained his liberty. London and […]
noun a village in S England, in West Berkshire unitary authority, Berkshire, SW of Reading: site of the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment and starting point of the Aldermaston marches (1958–63), organized by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. Pop: 927 (2001) Historical Examples A schoolmaster named Wheeler, of aldermaston (Berks), raised it about 1770. The Book […]