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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • It was a January the Premier came, to address his loyal supporters and such of his nonsupporters as chose to be present at the monster mass meeting held in Charlottetown.
  • "Oh, did you see the Premier?" exclaimed Anne at once.

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  • "Well, he never got to be Premier on account of his looks," said Marilla.
  • Most of the Avonlea people were on Premier’s side of politics; hence on the night of the meeting nearly all the men and a goodly proportion of the women had gone to town thirty miles away.
  • At first glance it might not seem that the decision of a certain Canadian Premier to include Prince Edward Island in a political tour could have much or anything to do with the fortunes of little Anne Shirley at Green Gables.
  • Marilla had a sneaking interest in politics herself, and as she thought it might be her only chance to see a real live Premier, she promptly took it, leaving Anne and Matthew to keep house until her return the following day.

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as in: premier architect Define
the best or most important
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title for the head of a government body in some countries
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