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  • n. Plural form of prime minister.


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  • *Kiriyenko proved to be the second in a series of four prime ministers fired by the increasingly erratic Yeltsin over a period of seventeen months.

    The J Curve

  • It has pushed aside three prime ministers since 1960 and, as recently as 1997, engineered a bloodless coup to get rid of the Islamic Welfare Party REFAH and its unsteady coalition government.11

    The J Curve

  • Nehru himself was agnostic, and the Nehru-Gandhi family and their Indian National Congress INC allies, who would provide modern India its prime ministers for forty-four of its first fifty years, embodied this principle.

    The J Curve

  • The task of changing “the machinery of government” absorbed a generous slice of the energies of several recent prime ministers and their most senior advisors—despite the argument that such activities lacked popular appeal, were unglamorous, and remained politically unrewarding Pollit, 1984.

    Rediscovering Institutions

  • The Yard has shown as strange a reluctance as successive prime ministers on four continents to cross News International's shadowy Australian Mr Big, the Ernst Blofeld of global media, whose white Persian cat, Sheila, is said to drink the blood of Sun readers' children.

    Michael White

  • Trudeau was one of the few prime ministers in the history of Canada to have been described as flashy.

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • The Garibaldian dictatorship has not lacked defenders, and two of its administrators lived to be prime ministers of Italy, but it was inevitable that Cavour should judge it as he did.


  • So here I had to hold up the social end, entertain on board, be entertained ashore by planters, traders, governors, captains of war vessels, kinky-headed cannibal kings, and prime ministers sometimes fortunate enough to be clad in cotton shifts.

    Chapter 32


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