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min ster

  • n  any of certain cathedrals and large churches; originally connected to a monastery

  • After the York Minster blaze, Jenkins' detractors lost no time in claiming that their views had been vindicated.
  • Last Wednesday the minster's doors were reopened to tourists2 million visit the cathedral every yearand many left donations.
  • By doing so, says Badie Izzat, defense counsel for former Iraqi deputy prime minster Tariq Aziz, Saddam tacitly accepted the court's legitimacy.
News & Articles


  • President Bush in Forbes
    The prime minster made clear that splitting his country into parts, as some have suggested, is not what the Iraqi people want, and that any partition of Iraq would only lead to an increase in sectarian violence,Bush said after nearly two and...
  • Bob Brown in Melbourne Herald Sun
    I can't believe that this prime minster has been so effectively silent except for calling for restraint, whatever that is,Senator Brown said. "When the Burmese crisis was on last year, with Buddhist monks and nuns being shot and...
  • Tony Abbott in Sydney Morning Herald
    The government's message is that Mr Rudd is the genius who saved Australia from recession,Mr Abbott said. "Our message has got to be that Mr Rudd is the prime minster who has presided over the most spectacular waste of public money since...

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