- the leaders among communicable diseases
- leaders of the army
- a leader in the reform movement
- the majority leader
- the leader of the House
- the orchestra's leader
- The concertmaster is the leader of the violin section.
The tour leader suggested several restaurants in the area.
She was the leader for most of the race, but she eventually finished second.
The class focused on the great religious leaders of the last century.
the leader of an army
a leader of the antiwar movement
Some people are leaders, and some people are followers.
The company has become a leader in developing new technology.
the leader of a popular big band of the 1930s
The Times attacked the government in a leader today.
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