military governor

  1. the head of a government established by the military (as in a defeated country)
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How To Use military governor In A Sentence

  • The Yugoslav regime became increasingly dictatorial, ruling provinces through military governors.
  • It shows that ministers corresponded with the intendant, the military governor, executive agents of the Estates known as syndics, the archbishop of Narbonne, and occasionally the count of Polignac, first baron of the Estates.
  • In the upshot, it was decided that a temporary banishment from Petersburg was advisable, and Pushkin was sent to serve in the chancellery of General Inzov, the military governor of Bessarabia, where he was kept under surveillance.
  • After Wei Gao , the military governor , became her literary patron, her reputation was widespread.
  • They may petition for mercy from the prime minister in his capacity as military governor.
  • dementi," in which he virtually calls the German Military Governor of The New York Times Current History of the European War, Vol 1, Issue 4, January 23, 1915
  • On 25 August 1914 he was, however, appointed Military Governor of Paris, and its defence became entirely his responsibility.
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