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Synonyms for czar

a male monarch or emperor (especially of Russia prior to 1917)

a person having great power

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The traffic crisis czar may also take over or direct the operation of any kind of public utility vehicle as may be necessary.
'The take over shall cease when, in the discretion of the Czar, the takeover is no longer necessary or upon the expiration of this Act or until the emergency power is withdrawn by Congress.'
The youngest child of the Czar and Czarina was heir to the Imperial throne but was often sickly, having inherited the blood condition of haemophilia.
In an article published on October 24, 2018, the Daily Nation referred to him as "the AU's infrastructure czar".
The cruel autocratic rule of the Czars was heritage of Mangol Khans and Byzantine empire.
The people may be silent for a time, as they devastatingly were at the end of another Pushkin masterpiece, the tragic play "Boris Godunov," when a false new czar ascended to the throne.
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If appointed, Marino would be the first member of Congress to become drug czar. He would come to the job after pulling in big money from an industry that is producing and distributing the (http://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2017/3/23/14987892/opioid-heroin-epidemic-charts) nation's most deadly legal drugs .
Vicky has re-homed several strays in the UK and Czar was flown here and taken in by cafe owner Karen Nicholson, 50, from Sale, Gtr Manchester.
Will we see Czar Peter I or Nicolas II brought back as the symbolic head of the state?
Several years later, the furor over czars in the Obama White House has largely subsided, but the czar phenomenon itself remains cloaked in misunderstanding.
Washington, April 2 ( ANI ): Researchers have revealed that in 1809, when Finland became a part of Russia after being under Swedish rule, Czar Alexander I described the event in very similar terms as President Vladimir Putin did in his speech on March 18, 2014, on the annexation of Crimea to Russia.
With only limited time before the next fair was to open, Doreen Poreba, APR, known as the PR Czar, stepped in and handled the entire public relations campaign, generating extraordinary coverage - including 40 live and taped news reports, including national coverage.”
NOSTALGIA: The Russian Empire of Czar Nicholas II Captured in Colour Photographs
The Russian Empire of Czar Nicholas II Captured in Colour Photographs Serge Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii, preface by Dr.