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editorship

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheditorshiped‧i‧tor‧ship /ˈedətəʃɪp $ -tər-/ noun [uncountable]  TCNBOthe position of being the editor of a newspaper or magazine, or the time during which someone is an editor
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editorshipI got the impression he regarded his editorship as the high point of his life.The fact that they had contentious articles written with a fearless pungency seems to have been due to his joint editorship of both.We bet the Weatherfield Advertiser was a rattling good read under Ken's editorship.In 1946 he accepted the editorship of the Times of Ceylon, and we spent the next two years in Colombo.Matters came to a head under the editorship of Ian Pye.Roth's crowning achievement was the editorship of the Encyclopaedia Judaica, which he held from 1965.
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