Privy Councillor


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Privy Councillor

n (Brit) → Consigliere m della Corona
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"Forward then, my respectable privy councillor," replied Colonel Philippe, whistling to the dogs, who seemed more willing to obey him than the public functionary to whom they belonged.
Privy Councillor Wurmt, Chancelier d'Ambassade, was rather short-sighted.
I went, I say, to Homburg, but afterwards went also to Roulettenberg, as well as to Spa and Baden; in which latter place, for a time, I acted as valet to a certain rascal of a Privy Councillor, by name Heintze, who until lately was also my master here.
Presently they would marry Generals or Kammerherrs and have girls and boys of their own, who perhaps would be aware of him as a celebrated old professor, decorated, possibly a Privy Councillor, one of the glories of Russia--nothing more!
They want me to be a peer and a privy councillor. I've come out here partly in order to settle the matter.
Weston's fault that the number of privy councillors was not yet larger.
I always intend to join a gymnasium; they say that officials of all ranks, even Privy Councillors, may be seen skipping gaily there; there you have it, modern science .
If they said no, as privy councillor Frank Field tells me they might, Boris Johnson couldn't send MPs home to stop them thwarting his No Deal Brexit.
Gavin Williamson; A Cabinet Minister and Privy Councillor allegedly breaks the law by leaking info from a confidential meeting, is sacked as a Cabinet Minister but keeps his job as an MP and there is no police investigation.
He was made a Privy Councillor and elected leader of the Lib-Dems in 1989.
He was elected Leader of the Liberal Democrats in July 1988 and was appointed as a Privy Councillor on 1 January 1989.
It's not because I'm in the Cabinet or a Privy Councillor or anything like that.