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the Prime Minister of England
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Britain will elect its first left-wing prime minister in a long time.
Spain put its deputy prime minister, Soraya Saenz de Santamaria, in charge of day-to-day affairs in Catalonia.
Together with Erna Solberg, the country’s prime minister, and Siv Jensen, the finance minister, the three women have now taken the top spots in Norway’s right-wing coalition government.
And for his final act as president, the film reminds us, Yeltsin, father of Russian democracy, turned the country over to his little-known prime minister, Vladimir Putin, former KGB officer.
The country's prime minister, Jüri Ratas, said the move came as officials learned the weakness affected cards and computers around the world, not just Estonian IDs.
But by hastening the demise of the Democratic Party, the prime minister may have inadvertently midwifed the birth of a new second major party.
The Spanish prime minister kept saying that the referendum will not happen.
Having escaped the Bolsheviks via the northern port of Murmansk, the former Provisional Government prime minister now lived on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
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PRIME MINISTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of prime minister for English Language Learners
: the head of the government in some countries
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legal Definition of prime minister
prime ministerial\-ˌmi-nə-ˈstir-ē-əl\ adjective
prime ministry\-ˈmi-nə-strē\ noun
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