US Cabinet

NOUN
  1. a board to advise the President; members are the secretaries of executive departments; the United States constitution does not provide for the cabinet
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  • More than two-thirds of the appointees are holdovers from the previous cabinet.
  • He held numerous cabinet posts and was an ardent supporter of Mrs Thatcher.
  • Berman was a great pioneer assemblagist who made mysterious cabinets with fragments of Hebrew letters and old photographs inside; Heinecken, a not-so-great photographer who turned soft-core porn into montages. Laying Claim to Its Place in the Sun
  • He held numerous cabinet posts and was an ardent supporter of Mrs Thatcher.
  • The weapons were stored in various cabinets behind glass and the rest was open space.
  • He expressed at the beginning of last month his discontent with the way the previous Cabinet dealt with the flood crisis.
  • He held numerous cabinet posts and was an ardent supporter of Mrs Thatcher.
  • He chairs the meetings of the numerous cabinet committees.
  • Eight of them are women and 16 are holdovers from the previous Cabinet.
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