premier

[ pri-meer, -myeer, pree-meer ]SEE DEFINITION OF premier

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREMIER

But the friends of Protection did not leave the Premier without opposition.

The premier and some of his colleagues observed, however, a moody silence.

Beckendorff himself, the Premier, is the son of a peasant; and of course not noble.

It was he, who, during the illness of the then Premier, despatched the contingent to the Soudan.

The Premier did not approve of the suggestion, nor was it like to meet acceptance at home.

We are sorry to hear that the Premier is suffering from a troublesome Gough.

The Premier, who was said to have "run away" to Fife, after all had a "walk over."

Holmes wrote a name upon a slip of paper and handed it to the Premier.

I knew that if the Premier had an enemy in Grichka, then the statesman was doomed.

Cartier was a famous Canadian premier who was born in Lower Canada in 1814.

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