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  • The governor general appointed him to be prime minister for a second time.
  • Only the prime minister is required to be a member of the assembly.
  • He married a minister's daughter, with whom he had a daughter and son.
  • She had to put herself more into the public eye as a minister's wife.
  • To the world at large he was still the all-powerful Minister. Cited from Life of Edward Earl of Clarendon V2,by Henry Craik
  • The president is the head of state and the prime minister is the head of government.
  • The minister is responsible for a specific part of another minister's policy field.
  • The Council is also composed of one national minister who represents their national government.
  • The greatest number of living former prime ministers at any one time was eight.
  • The fire service minister is not part of the prime minister's cabinet.
  • Before the election she was director of the human rights section of the prime minister's office.
  • He called those to whom he ministered in his old age his little children. Cited from A Life of St. John for the Young, by George Ludington Weed
  • The particular powers held by the prime minister and president vary by country.
  • He could not be made an official minister because he was a Protestant.
  • A president and prime minister make up the executive branch.
  • After the prime minister, the most powerful minister is the minister of finance.
  • The prime minister is usually appointed by the president.
  • Mostly he preferred to leave these things on the hands of his ministers.
  • He was then raised in a minister's family.
  • The leader of the majority party serves as Prime Minister and head of government.
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Meaning of Minister

  • noun A person appointed to a high office in the government
    Minister of Finance
  • noun A diplomat representing one government to another; ranks below ambassador
  • noun The job of a head of a government department
  • verb Attend to the wants and needs of others
    I have to minister to my mother all the time
  • verb Work as a minister
    She is ministering in an old parish