from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A thoroughfare of Westminster in London, England, off Whitehall. No. 10 Downing Street is the official residence of the first lord of the Treasury, who is usually but not necessarily the prime minister of Great Britain. Nearly all prime ministers have lived at No. 10 since the time of Robert Walpole in the early 1700s.
- n. The British government.
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Kerkvliet of The Wilderness Society, estimated $230,000 was spent on top of that.
"The central leadership of the government and Communist Party is getting tougher with outspoken critics of the state", particularly those operating in an organised way through the Internet or "self-proclaimed political parties," Kerkvliet said in an email interview.