Examples of chancellery in a Sentence
The prime minister will speak at the State Chancellery this afternoon.
greeted by members of the chancellery
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It was mailed to him from Berlin four months after Soviet forces entered the city and ended the war. Exploring the ruins of Hitler’s chancellery, one of Lewis’s former colleagues, Pvt.
Other Free Democratic policies such as raising education standards and liberalising planning are already priorities in the chancellery too.
Other targets included the chancellery and Germany’s armed forces, according to an annual report by Germany’s domestic intelligence agency.
The belief that Britain is alone in Europe in having tricky domestic politics to navigate, like the notion that any contentious issue can be swiftly fixed by the chancellery in Berlin, is extraordinarily persistent.
Merkel sought to address fallout from Germany’s diesel scandal during a meeting at the chancellery in Berlin on Monday, a day after her main election opponent pressed her in a television debate to step up her response.
Merkel will make any concession possible to hold on to the chancellery.
With Merkel set to return to the chancellery this month, Germany is, for the next four years, unlikely to slide into the kind of political crisis that is now consuming Britain and the United States.
Indeed, in the chancellery itself, no Russians worked above the fourth floor in the roughly 10-story building, former Russian employees said.
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