Random good picture Not show
1, The German Chancellor was anxious to assert his government's commitment to further European unity.
2, The Chancellor is trying to smooth things over.
3, The Chancellor of the Exchequer is expected to announce tax cuts in this year's budget.
4, Helmut Kohl became the first Chancellor of a united Germany in 1990.
5, They warned the Chancellor that raising taxes in the Budget could choke off the recovery.
6, He was regarded as the most successful Chancellor of modern times.
7, The Chancellor of the Exchequer is the minister in charge of finance in Britain.
8, The chancellor bluntly warned the Cabinet to axe public spending or face higher taxes.
9, The Chancellor was forced into a humiliating climbdown on his economic policies.
10, The chancellor has stabilized the economy through strict fiscal discipline.
11, The Chancellor will try to claw back ￡3.5 billion in next year's Budget.
12, He was Lord Chancellor from 1970 until 1974.
13, They submitted their reports to the Chancellor yesterday.
14, The Chancellor of the Exchequer says that economic recovery is just around the corner.
15, The Chancellor is a man of caution.
16, The Chancellor of the Exchequer will take the floor for his Budget speech at 3.00 p.m.
17, The opposition plucked the Chancellor down from his high position.
18, The Chancellor is at loggerheads with the Prime Minister over public spending.
19, Churchill was installed as Chancellor of the university.
20, The Chancellor has hiked interest rates again.
21, The chancellor was sending out smoke signals about the new budget proposal.
22, The chancellor may try to soften the blow somewhat with a cut in interest rates.
23, Speakers called for clearer direction and savaged the Chancellor.
24, The old chancellor who had offended against the emperor was relegated to the distant boundaries of the country.
25, The Chancellor is boxed in by inflation targets and sterling.
26, Despite the increasingly hostile sideswipes at him,[http://sentencedict.com/chancellor.html] the Chancellor is secure in his post.
27, The Chancellor of the Exchequer deals with taxes.
28, This year's Budget looks set to be a precarious high-wire act for the Chancellor.
29, Something approaching a lynch mob has been gathering against the Chancellor for even daring to consider higher interest rates.
30, The running of internal affairs was given over to the Chancellor.
More similar words: cancelled, chance, cancellation, by chance, perchance, fat chance, stand a chance, take a chance, counsellor, cancel, excellence, enhance, nonchalance, hang in the balance, pallor, cell, pillory, cellar, cell wall, cellphone, cell phone, excellent, cell theory, photocell, hello, sell out, sell off, yellow, well off, tell on.