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  • Info Premier is a title for the head of government in some countries, states and sub-national governments. more...
  • The band premiered several new songs that eventually appeared on the final album.
  • She did not answer, for she did not hear the premier's words. Cited from Beverly of Graustark, George Barr McCutcheon
  • The premier's character appeared in only two pictures during the war.
  • Both the President and the Premier are selected once every five years.
  • Since then, the institution has grown into a premier center of medical education in the state.
  • This made him the premier court composer, in practice if not in actual title.
  • The work was finished the following year and was premiered shortly after.
  • The West became one of the premier agricultural areas in the world.
  • They were the first set of premier's awards offered in Australia.
  • This move paid off with the club going on to become premiers that season.
  • The following month, he appointed a new premier to push through economic reform.
  • He served as premier for a month before resigning after no seat could be found.
  • The company is also known for its record of premiering new works.
  • It may very well be the best new show premiering this fall.
  • The seat has been held by three former premiers of the province.
  • Wood did not want the job as premier so the farmers were forced to shop around.
  • They were the oldest established football team from London playing in the Premier League.
  • The premier's car and his secretary's car were under siege and hit.
  • The following year they were premiers again, setting a new league record.
  • She produced and directed premiers of European plays never before seen in England.
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Meaning of Premier

  • verb Be performed for the first time
    We premiered the opera of the young composer and it was a critical success
  • verb Perform a work for the first time