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prime

(prīm) [L. primus, first]
1. The period of greatest health and strength.
2. To give an initial treatment in preparation for either a larger dose of the same medicine, or a different medicine.
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"Hook entirely supports the Prime Minister," assented Harker.
"Or the Prime Minister entirely supports Hook," said Horne Fisher, and began idly to knock the balls about on the billiard table.
"Everybody is saying," he said, "that the Prime Minister has made the greatest speech of his life.
"We must continue to work in these areas," Prime Minister Borisov said.
Prime Minister Modi began by congratulating the Prime Minister on his appointment.
AJK prime minister was addressing the special session of AJK Legislative Assembly here before Prime Minister Imran Khan's address to the legislature.
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The prime minister remarked when the opposition lawmakers were speaking against the former prime minister's recent interview to a local newspaper reporter.
Arrival of Xavier Bettel, Prime Minister of Luxembourg
On his arrival, the South Korean prime minister was received by His Highness Sayyid Fahd bin Mahmoud Al Said, deputy prime minister for the Council of Ministers, several ministers, the Lebanese ambassador and dean of diplomatic corps, the Korean ambassador to the Sultanate and several officers at Sultan's Armed Forces and the Royal Oman Police.
On the whole, Coughlin's discussion of Blair does not offer much beyond that of his fellow countrymen, Peter Riddell and Peter Stothard, who have both recently published helpful books on the prime minister and his foreign policy.

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