[ UK /t‍ʃˈɑːnsɪləɹi/ ]
  1. a government building housing the office of a chancellor
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How To Use chancellery In A Sentence

  • A high security wall has been erected in the Mainz city centre around the historic cathedral, the castle, the regional parliament, the state chancellery and the world famous Gutenberg Museum.
  • Michael Hinterdobler, director of international relations at the state chancellery, says both Bavarias are thriving: There has been a renaissance. How Bavaria became a European silicon valley
  • With Merkel now occupying the chancellery, the circle is complete.
  • In the case of the chancellery, three different buildings are wedded together with a series of outdoor spaces.
  • The chancellery, a huge set of cubes that completely dominates the surrounding park, is eight storeys high and spreads out over 12,000 square metres.
  • manumission documents from the Slavery Chancellery
  • The state chairman has been officially received at the chancellery.
  • The railway workers were supplied with sleeping bags by their unions so they could sleep on the library and chancellery steps while riot police surrounded the universities threatening to storm the campuses.
  • In the upshot, it was decided that a temporary banishment from Petersburg was advisable, and Pushkin was sent to serve in the chancellery of General Inzov, the military governor of Bessarabia, where he was kept under surveillance.
  • Among the exceptions is an elegant dark wooden chest of drawers from Hitler's chancellery, filigreed with hundreds of swastika forms, which has been hung at a diagonal angle on a corner wall, and is further protected from possible Hitler admirers by a thin gauze panel. Germany's first Hitler exhibition opens in nervous Berlin museum
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