mastership mastership


  1. (n) the skill of a master
  2. (n) the position of master


  1. He at once took mastership of the situation.
  2. The November issue contains a lengthy report on canine activity under the mastership of Presidents since 1951.
  3. Democratic Germany, as opposed to the German Democratic Republic, was taking the footballworld-mastership to her uncorseted and friendly bust.


  • Lemont dentist receives high academy honor

    LEMONT – Lemont dentist Richard Parker received the Mastership award from the Academy of General Dentistry at a ceremony during its annual meeting in Nashville.
    on July 3, 2013     Source: Huntley Farmside


  1. "Landmark is a vital community asset, providing access to quality care," said Lynch. "I look forward to the day when Landmark will be a freestanding hospital, independent from the special mastership, and flourishing."
    on Mar 25, 2010 By: Patrick Lynch Source: Woonsocket Call

  2. Kharrazi answered, "The important point for us is achieving the full cycle of nuclear fuel production, and we have take serious steps on that regard, suspending which is not in our interest, since we need to achieve mastership in fuel production at...
    on Apr 27, 2007 By: Kamal Kharrazi Source: IRNA

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