premiers


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premiers

(ˈprɛmɪəz)
pl n
the winners of a premiership
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Even Glasgow, the premier city of municipal ownership, met its Waterloo in the telephone.
Her heart yearned after the ease and splendor of condition of a trapper's bride, and throbbed to be free from the capricious control of the premier squaw; but she dreaded the failure of the plan, and the fury of a Shoshonie husband.
He did not even take the time to place himself in the hands of his valet de chambre for a minute, but from the perron went straight into the premier salon.
Last summer the islanders grew wearied, as their premier explained, of "playing at being savages for pennies," and proceeded to pull down all the landing-towers on the island and shut off general communication till such time as the A.
He said, in a low voice as he opened the door for the Premier, "I have seen Montmirail; he says that unless we protest immediately on behalf of Denmark, Sweden will certainly seize the ports.
We are now going to interview Lord Holdhurst, the cabinet minister and future premier of England.