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prime minister

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The Prime Minister sent for Sacco, and they had a talk together.

The brilliant but profligate Buckingham is retained as prime minister.

Is it true, that the Count is to be prime minister of the Prince of ——?

Do you refer to that speech by the Prime Minister of Austria a week or two ago?

Well; there is nothing like being a plebeian and a Prime Minister!

The Prime Minister shuffled some papers and said, "Well, is there anything you wish for?"

By that time the postman had made his first delivery and there was a letter from the Prime Minister.

I had trouble at the Embassy, and came back to appeal to the Prime Minister.

It was the great surgeon whom the Prime Minister had sent for.

The Prime Minister continued to ask himself, "What is the key to this?"

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, see prime (adj.) and minister (n.). Applied to the First Minister of State of Great Britain since 1694.

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minister

nounperson high in government
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