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Born on Christmas Day, 1901, Alice, the dowager Duchess of Gloucester, lived to see 20 prime ministers and five monarchs.
They demand reinstatement of the dissolved parliament and return to appointing prime ministers on the recommendation of the House.
Despite his fortune, there are no yachts, no ski chalets, no private jets or villas in which to schmooze prime ministers.
Other walls are decorated with framed thank-you letters from ministers and prime ministers.
About 40 presidents and royalty, ten prime ministers and 43 ministerial delegations have been billed to attend.
Unlike elected presidents, British prime ministers get where they are by being leader of the largest party in the House of Commons.
Most prime ministers verge on the psychopathic in their desire to stay in power or at the very least destroy the chances of the next in line.
Like him or loathe him, no-one could ignore Sir John, who mixed with prime ministers, princes, captains of industry and film stars.
Both leaders became prime ministers of this land, as a testimony to their immaturity and spitefulness.
British prime ministers lose office either because they lose a general election or because their party removes them.
The notion that presidents and prime ministers are altruistic social planners will draw a horse laugh from most economists.
There are many political parties, and prime ministers must forge coalitions.
Sitting prime ministers have traditionally fought shy of debating head-to-head with their rivals so close to an election.
The young are going against what parents, prime ministers and economic planners want.
His late grandfather, George, and his late father, Andreas, were both populist Socialist firebrands who became prime ministers.
There have been many mutual visits, by presidents, prime ministers and foreign ministers.
Some 20 presidents of states and prime ministers and about the same number of foreign ministers attended the ceremony.
The Shura Council session included a number of former prime ministers, parliamentary speakers and foreign ministers.
We love the fact that she's a multimillionaire, on speaking terms with presidents and prime ministers.
And he was able to mix as easily with presidents and prime ministers and dictators as with the common man.
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Examples from Classical Literature
The two prime ministers lived in terror of Bunster, who never discussed any moot subject, but struck out with his fists instead.
Then he went over to the village and interviewed the king and his two prime ministers.
In this way, prime ministers could keep freebooting factions from migrating out of their party, thus making splits from the ruling party virtually impossible.
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