Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of leader.
  • n. the two front horses of a team of four in front of a carriage

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. the body of people who lead a group; the leadership{3}.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the body of people who lead a group

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Examples

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  • These \ "finance home to the \" numbers guys, \ "the people leaders are aware of the importance leaders\" reported obtaining higher simply responsible for monitoring of the workforce to the achievement levels of benefit from their income and expenses and ensuring of high performance, their investment transformation programs, better the company did not run afoul of in that workforce is strikingly small - returns on their workforce investments, tax and reporting requirements.

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  • "Modi is one among our top leaders and workers have the right to carry posters of their leaders+, they said.

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  • Stone has often represented himself as some kind of socialist, but his fascination with Castro and other Latin American leaders is little different from his love for Alexander the Great, the owners of National Football League clubs or Wall Street bullies.

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  • Last year the Australian finished a frustrated eleventh after twice running into the gravel, but he now looks on course to achieve his goal of staying in touch with the title leaders during the opening half of the 2009 season.

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  • One of the leaders is the son of a Chamula cacique.

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  • The only thing more disgusting than the leaders is the people who are blindly supporting them. billy123

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  • Well, first and foremost, through the meetings we've been having during the year and here in Sydney during what we call leaders 'week where the foreign and trade ministers meet, followed by the leaders' meetings over the weekend of the 8th and 9th of September, there will be a few key agendas: remember, very importantly, built around this theme of, or assumption of, the virtues of the liberal market.

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  • We smile over the ascendency of priests; but I had rather follow a priest than what they call the leaders of society.

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