Prime Minister


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Synonyms for Prime Minister

the person who holds the position of head of the government in the United Kingdom

the person who is head of state (in several countries)

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The Prime Minister consulted a calendar which lay open before him.
We shall have to have a serious talk," the Prime Minister said, "in a few days' time.
He was the nephew of Sir Isaac; but, what was much more important at the moment, he was also the private secretary of the Prime Minister.
The Prime Minister hasn't brought a valet; he's brought a secretary instead," observed Fisher.
The Prime Minister became the honoured friend of Viceroys, and Governors, and Lieutenant-Governors, and medical missionaries, and common missionaries, and hard-riding English officers who came to shoot in the State preserves, as well as of whole hosts of tourists who travelled up and down India in the cold weather, showing how things ought to be managed.
The jewelled order of his knighthood went back to the Indian Government, and a new Prime Minister was appointed to the charge of affairs, and a great game of General Post began in all the subordinate appointments.
If I stay in Paris I cannot go to Rome; if I became pope I could not continue to be prime minister; and it is only by continuing prime minister that I can make Monsieur d'Artagnan a captain and Monsieur du Vallon a baron.
His eminence will continue to be prime minister and her majesty's favorite, if he will grant to me and my friends what we demand for France and for ourselves.
This so enraged the King that the Prime Minister was put
The prime minister and the director-general of public instruction were present to introduce me; but all the court had been dismissed lest the two bottles aforesaid should corrupt their morals.
No, sir," said the Prime Minister, with the quick, decisive manner for which he was famous.
In fact," pursued Aramis, quietly, "a cardinal, prime minister of France, assisted by the favor and by the countenance of his Most Christian Majesty the King of France, a cardinal to whom the king his master lends the treasures of the state, his army, his counsel, such a man would be acting with twofold injustice in applying these mighty resources to France alone.
In refusing me two hundred gentlemen, you are still further in the right; for you are prime minister, and you have, in the eyes of France, the responsibility of peace and war.
I have just left the Prime Minister, and you are to have the vacant seat in the Cabinet.
I pointed out to Perry that it wasn't much more in-congruous for the emperor to cruise in a canoe, than it was for the prime minister to attempt to build one with his own hands.
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