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Sentence count:17Posted:2017-08-18Updated:2017-08-18
Similar words: past mastermastermasterymasterlymasteredmasterfultaskmastermastermindMeaning: n. a person in charge of paying wages. 
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1 As paymaster he was responsible for the organization of the finance required in the restoration of the neglected royal palaces.
2 "Germans feel like the paymaster for the EU and have a sense of entitlement," said Neugebauer, adding that Merkel "tends to act like a schoolmistress at times."
3 As the main EU paymaster, Germany contributes £8 billion annually more than it gets back from Brussels.
4 Suspected paymaster Christopher Metsos didn't appear in an American court. He bail in Cyprus.
5 But although Germany is the currency bloc's paymaster, pushing for a technical default won't help matters.
6 He was forced hy his paymaster in the secret to keep quiet about these murders.
7 The good paymaster is lord of another man s purse.
8 His first recorded entry into royal service was as deputy paymaster of the forces in Ireland,[www.Sentencedict.com] 1614.
9 Yet he is a survivor, sticking to his sobering material and plain aesthetic no matter who his paymaster is.
10 More often than not these involved cooperation with the government as the only available paymaster.
11 They want to see an end to the image of trade unions as Labour's paymaster and, by implication, policy-maker.
12 In a payroll robbery at a shoe factory in South Braintree, Massachusetts, the paymaster and his guard were killed.
13 A kin slayer and fugitive, Tyrion assumes manifold roles in "Dragons": mummer, soldier, paymaster, slave, river rat and captive.
14 It would be hypocritical unethical, in fact for the paymaster to shrug off responsibility.
15 NHS trusts, primary care trusts, and strategic health authorities use the government's own bank—in the form of the Office of Her Majesty's Paymaster General.
16 Robinson splashes money around New Labour's stars and suddenly becomes paymaster general.
17 By 31, he was director of the Centre for Policy Studies, and in 1992 was elected to Havant in Hampshire, becoming paymaster general in his first term.
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