United States Attorney General

NOUN
  1. the person who holds the position of secretary of the Justice Department
    Edmund Randolph was the first Attorney General, appointed by President Washington
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  • BBC News with Mary Small. The United States Attorney General Eric Holder has picked a special prosecutor to investigate the alleged CIA mistreatment of terror suspects.
  • BBC News with Mary Small. The United States Attorney General Eric Holder has picked a special prosecutor to investigate the alleged CIA mistreatment of terror suspects.
  • BBC News with Mary Small. The United States Attorney General Eric Holder has picked a special prosecutor to investigate the alleged CIA mistreatment of terror suspects.
  • They moved to Washington and had three children. But Mildred was so unhappy that, in nineteen sixty-three she wrote to the United States attorney general, Robert Kennedy.
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