Or will he simply ascend to the President Pro Tempore slot—dignified, venerable, respected but ultimately powerless?
Headed west to edit the venerable Hollywood Reporter, the former Us Weekly star will face a challenge from upstart websites.
The venerable one-day delegate jackpot has been a mainstay of presidential primaries, but all that will change in 2012.
There is no notion of San Francisco's tumultuous and venerable gay history.
He attended the venerable Courtauld Institute, and decided to shake it up by showing the art being made by the then-unnamed YBAs.
A saffron-coloured mantle and a richly embroidered Median vest glittered on the person of the venerable Artaphernes.
"It is well that you have addressed yourself to me, venerable man," said Lucullus.
The Prince of Slavna held the venerable office, and had been to Court in the dress appropriate to it.
And how else could the venerable compromiser be expected to speak?
It was, therefore, fatal to many of the most venerable fanes and trophies of the earlier ages.
early 15c., from Latin venerabilis, from venerari "to worship, revere" (see veneration). As a title, used in reference to ecclesiastics or those who had obtained the first degree of canonization.