leaderene


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leaderene

(ˌliːdərˈiːn)
n
a female leader, esp one who is strong and formidable
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leaderene

[ˌliːdəˈriːn] N (hum) → líder f
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MPs returning to Westminster last week displayed no love for their leaderene.
Charlie Johnston, son of Mark Johnston, trainer of Leaderene She's in good form and was brave in winning at Chester the time before.
Leaderene can make it two wins on the bounce in the Bet toteexacta Handicap at Beverley after striking gold on the Lingfield all-weather.
What would happen, he was asked, if Hearts weren't in a position to repay their leaderene all that she was owed within the five-year period stipulated in the agreement?
WHEN she was PM, Margaret Thatcher never arrived in Liverpool in such style as her daughter Carol will enjoy aboard QE2 for the liner's 40th anniversary (although we think the Leaderene might have visited Ford Halewood's works canteen).
The 44-year-old who has now joined the Shadow Cabinet was once much in favour with the Leaderene.
Although the Middleham trainer will not be travelling to the German city, close to the Czech and Polish borders, choosing instead to supervise his team at Chester on a busy day for the stable with representatives at five domestic meetings, he is hopeful Leaderene can make the step up in class.
He is one of many arch-Thatcherites who will never forgive Major for his betrayal of The Great Leaderene.
I tease Labour's Deputy Leaderene as a politically correct Hattie Harperson, though I accept to be PC is to treat others with respect.