American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Mulroney, (Martin) Brian Born 1939. Canadian politician who served as prime minister (1984-1993).
“This 1993 film, starring Bridget Fonda, Gabriel Byrne, Anne Bancroft, and Dermot Mulroney is about a drug addicted girl who is recruited by the CIA and turned into an assassin to work for the government.”
“Memoirs, by the Right Honourable Brian Mulroney, is a fantastic read for anyone interested in Canadian politics over the past 20 years.”
“Aide: Mr. President, Brian Mulroney is on the line.”
“Yeah, loneprimate's right - memory on Mulroney is still strong in Ontario.”
“You can lay as much blame as you want in Mulroney's lap, but he is nowhere near the polarizing figure than Trudeau is.”
“Mulroney is a little irritated, so he says: Send out another message.”
“My suggestion by way of a compromise is to put him, and the neo-conservative Prime Minister at the time, the Rt. Hnb - Brain Mulroney on a. 50c Aluminium coin (beloved by the homeless everywhere) to reflect their gran’ ole employment policies …”
“Obviously Mr. Mulroney is helped by perceptions that Mr. Turner of the Liberals is weak and that Mr. Broadbent of the NDP cannot form a government or can, depending on your fears.”
“In an effort to clarify matters, Mr. Mulroney is quoted as saying, "I was working as a truck driver in Baie Comeau when my opponent was dancing with Princess Margaret.”
“This election, to quote Mr. Mulroney, is about a new day, a new attitude, a new prosperity.”
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