35 Burst results for "Chancellor"

 UK push to restore finances means higher taxes, energy bills

AP News Radio

01:11 min | Last week

UK push to restore finances means higher taxes, energy bills

"The British government has raised taxes on the windfall profits of energy companies as part of the plan to shape up the country's economy The plan will see $65 billion worth of tax increases in spending cuts as Britain's new Chancellor of the exchequer Jeremy hunt attempts to improve his nation's economic credibility In the face of unprecedented global headwinds families pensioners businesses teachers nurses and many others are worried about the future With that introduction the Chancellor unveiled a parliament at package that he said would help tame inflation and rein in public debts whilst bolstering the economy facing pressure to tap huge profits of oil and gas hunt announced he will raise a windfall tax from 25 to 35% for a four year period starting in January 2024 Hans told a rowdy House of Commons that the needs of the British people were being met with his new plan Priorities are stability growth and public services We also protect the vulnerable because to be British is to be compassionate and this is a compassion Karen

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Jim Clyburn Says U.S. Is on the Same Path As Germany Once Was

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 3 weeks ago

Jim Clyburn Says U.S. Is on the Same Path As Germany Once Was

"Now listen to this jerk Cut 5 go It's what happens In a country that follows what happened in Germany in the early 30s And I say this in 2018 they caught a lot of help from a lot of people for having said it without it was true then and it's true now This country is on track to repeat what happened in Germany when it was a greatest democracy born elected a Chancellor who then co opted through the media that this past president coined the press the enemy of the people That is a bunch of crap and we know it And that's what's going on in this country The press are the enemy of the people because they are up the backsides of every Democrat in this country And the press had been called the enemy that people since the beginning of this republic you schmuck You don't even know history You don't know American history You sure as hell don't know German history And yet you refer to it

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China Agrees to Approve BioNTech's Covid-19 Vaccine for Foreigners, German Chancellor Says

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

China Agrees to Approve BioNTech's Covid-19 Vaccine for Foreigners, German Chancellor Says

"At a visit by German Chancellor ola Schultz Chinese president Xi Jinping has called the peace talks between Russia and Ukraine and has warned against the conflict going nuclear She is quoted by a state broadcaster CCTV saying at present the international situation is complex and changeable influential powers China and Germany should work together in times of change and chaos to make more contributions to world peace and development on Ukraine she said the international community should call on all parties concerned to exercise rationality and restraint conduct direct contacts as soon as possible and

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Nigel Farage on Why Liz Truss Was the Victim of a 'Globalist Coup'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | Last month

Nigel Farage on Why Liz Truss Was the Victim of a 'Globalist Coup'

"Nigel Farage joins us right now. Nigel, welcome back to the program for our American listeners. Can you offer some clarity about what the heck is going on in your beautiful sister country across the pond? An astonishing four months, Boris Johnson, the elected prime minister goes because, frankly, he wasn't truthful with the British public about many things. And elected as a conservative, he rather governed as a liberal, and people got upset. Then the queen dies. You know, she'd been there for 70 years. That was very destabilizing. We then got a new prime minister who attempted to introduce conservative philosophy. She wanted to reduce the size of a state and cut taxation. And the world went to war against her. The International Monetary Fund spoke about our mini budget in a way they'd never spoken about any country ever before. The American administration piled in. The German Chancellor piled in, and in the end, you might argue that some of their tax cuts weren't very well thought through, but we have been through in the course of the last two weeks. Nothing less than a globalist coup, we get a mangled Jeremy hum, out of left field, becomes Chancellor of the exchequer, and now we have a new prime minister. He's taken over today, our third and 7 weeks, but the name of Richie sunac, I can pronounce it, even if Joe Biden can't. And he of course is our first former Goldman Sachs prime minister. He's a globalist. He's a supporter of Central Bank, digital currencies. He's barely conservative at all. And it all goes to show that the British Conservative Party isn't conservative at all. And we have a real problem on our hands.

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Sebastian and Mike Graham Discuss Liz Truss' Resignation

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | Last month

Sebastian and Mike Graham Discuss Liz Truss' Resignation

"Given the situation, I can not deliver the mandate on which I was elected by the Conservative Party. I have therefore spoken to his majesty the king to notify him that I am resigning as leader of the Conservative Party. No U turns this lady's not for turning, I remember that catch phrase from Margaret Thatcher when I lived in the UK well, this one didn't just do U turn. She got off the highway, a record 44 days in office, shortest serving prime minister ever, gone, goodbye, Liz truss. What does it all mean? How did it happen? We stay on top of international news as much as anything else. I'm your host Sebastian gorka, and you're listening to America first on the Salem news channel. Who do we rely upon? Our good friend across the Atlantic, the man who speaks truth and common sense on the fastest growing channel there. It is talk TV. It's our good friend. Mike Graham, welcome back to America first. Sebastian, thank you very much. Indeed, well, it's been quite a day. It's been quite a week. It's been quite a 44 days. You might say, as you said, the shortest period ever, some think this has been a remainder plot. There are those in this country who still can't take the fact that Brexit was a success and that we left the European Union. You know, we now have Jeremy hunt, who's had Chancellor, who voted to remain in the EU. Let's trust was a remainer who changed into a brexiter and is now out. Boris Johnson, however, is the big name on everybody's lips tonight because but hang on, hang on, hang on, didn't you just get rid of him, Mike? Yeah. We might be getting him back. It could be the greatest political comeback of all time. You know how he's very much like Donald Trump. They're trying to get him every single step of the way. They are terrified of Boris Johnson coming back because he is the one man who can unite the Tory party who can win an election against the Labor Party and who could actually restore everything for them. Nobody's quite sure if he's going to run, but he's already in the lead in the polls and he's already in the league in the House of Commons as far as MPs is supported.

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 UK PM Truss vows to stay, but on the brink as minister quits

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

UK PM Truss vows to stay, but on the brink as minister quits

"Embattled British leader Liz truss tells lawmakers she's not a quitter In the first prime minister's questions since new chance that Jeremy hunt perform U turns on almost all of the tax cuts announced three weeks ago trust had fiery exchanges with opposition leader Keir Starmer who listed the full range of policy terms The formula Chancellor He's gone as well They're all gone So why is she still here Mister speaker Mister speaker I am a fighter and not a Quetta Trust has apologized to parliament and admitted she's made mistakes so far during her short tenure as Britain's head of government Charles De Ledesma London

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UK leader Liz Truss goes from triumph to trouble in 6 weeks

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last month

UK leader Liz Truss goes from triumph to trouble in 6 weeks

"British prime minister Charles has seen a turbulent start to her premiership with many saying her leadership is now hanging by a thread at just 6 weeks in power trusses time at the top has been bumpy to say the least Her libertarian economic policies have triggered emergency Central Bank intervention multiple U turns and the firing of her treasury chief conservative member of parliament Robert hauptmann described the last few weeks as a series of horror stories The government has looked like libertarian jihadists and treated the whole country as a kind of laboratory mice in which to carry out ultra ultra free market experiments The financial secretary to the treasury Andrew Griffith defended the prime minister This is a time when we need stability Nevertheless with new Chancellor Jeremy hunting power many say truss is still prime minister in name but powering government has shifted to hunt hunt has signaled he plans to rip up much of her remaining economic plan when he makes a medium term budget statement at the end of October Karen Chammas London

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"chancellor" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:39 min | Last month

"chancellor" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Rick Barnes, who's made it quite big in the world of college coach and Kelly Harper and Chris doering, who is still trying to make it. Let's get back to the calls. And Matt is up next in San Antonio. Hey Matt. Right now, at surgery today. It's great to hear from you Matt. I want to ask you a question though. Who do you think general Fisher will hire because he does it? I'm going to give you some choices. You know what you pick one? First one. I'm not really sure he'll do it, Matt. I really don't. Anyway, thanks Matt. This man is in Tennessee. Hey Matt, good afternoon. Yep, Paul. Hey buddy. How are you? I am. I'm doing great. Thank you for asking. I'd love to take you to Calhoun, but I can't. Well, I appreciate the offer. Yes, sir. And I appreciate you. I appreciate the weather and I appreciate this beautiful city. We're going with anywhere in the country. Always. So do you remember talking to me? We spoke about two weeks ago about LSU. Yeah? And I said, give or take ten. In our linebackers, we may be a little bit weak. And I spoke about Alabama. I'm just refreshing you because I know you have so much going on and you're awesome at it. And I'm born and raised UT hospital and then again since three. But hey, the point is, okay? When it comes down to this, there's it's only about positive energy and the same things that we all know. Turnovers. It's a game. Special teams, I mean, you can't sit here and predict point fingers at anything negative because that's not going to do any good regardless of any situation. So my feelings on this and my question, it doesn't matter if children returns or drives returns. A Bryce returns is going to be a little bit different, okay? In my eyes, and that's where my main prediction is, okay? So I would say that's my question to you. And we all know that's the same question that everyone's been asking. If he returns, I feel like Saban didn't show his cards. And he didn't on his last game. And I'm not saying what we did or didn't do. Because I bleed arms. So we are about to run out of time if you have a question. Okay, let me be real quick, okay? Well, you better because we've got about 30 seconds. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. So let me ask you this, okay? If life is color modes broken, do you think that they're going to win by 7? Or ten or what was your prediction between a quarterback? I want to know what you think. Well, I've been pretty pretty clear how I feel about whether Bryce young doesn't play what's going to happen. I think that's one of the easier deductions of the week to make. I think the bigger question is what a price young plays and is not perfect. So anyway, I don't know if that was your question or not, but that was my answer. We have an hour to go. And we hope you'll stick around. Thank you for listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast, the Paul finebaum show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern.

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"chancellor" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:34 min | Last month

"chancellor" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I mean, I've seen enough Tennessee over the years born and raised here. I would say I'm still a critic. Bryce young obviously will be one of the biggest factors whether he plays or not. Even if he doesn't, I'm not totally convinced that Tennessee could win their defense secondary. I know, like I said, it's an unpopular opinion, but I've seen enough I'll see it when I believe. I'll believe it when I see it. The way this guy doesn't believe in Tennessee. Their defense, their secondary, a lot of question marks right now. I'm just not totally convinced, but like you said, there's certainly enough believers around here. Here's what concerns me. Andrew, he believes the daily Beacon and he's now falling so many other people that have sat in that chair and becoming cynical. Yeah, I think it's just the daily vegan sports editor tradition. I'll follow in its footsteps someday. I try to stay on bias. Well, and I admire that because I really do think that's one of the hardest things when you work at a school newspaper because you're so influenced by your friends who are not only fans, but playing in the game. Yeah, definitely. It kind of hard to separate being a student and a journalist sometimes, but ultimately that's our job and it has to happen. And it's been easier than I thought it would be, especially with since you have such a great year. Well, I would only advise. It's always safer to pick the home team. There's no downside as the school reporter because you might have if you're right, it's great. And if you're wrong, nobody is really going to care. So you're a grown up now. You don't have to listen to that kind of stuff. Hey guys, it's always great to see you. I can't tell you how special it is when we come on this campus to see the daily Beacon riders and now the daily times riders as well. Andrew good luck with your career. I know this is you're about to enter the real world. You have and come back soon. We'll see you guys. Thank you very, very much. Thank you very much, Paul. We have one of those guys who has already moved on. Ross dellinger, he'll join us in a few minutes from Sports Illustrated and Chancellor plowman will be with us. And then a couple of former UT writers who have made it big, Ryan McGee and gene wojciechowski. In the final hour, we'll be right back. Todd thought it would be secure to jog in the cheetah Savannah. Todd believed the big cat repellent he bought online was reliable. And now Todd is trying to be faster than this cheetah that can run 80 mph.

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Trump Had Ominous Warnings About Germany's 'Deal With the Devil'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Trump Had Ominous Warnings About Germany's 'Deal With the Devil'

"Let's play some sound here from Donald Trump, who this is how he used to talk to these people, Merkel and many others. This is just over a meal, NATO meeting, Trump pointing how it's ridiculous that Germany will buy energy from Russia while America protects them. Play cut one O 7. Well, I have to say, I think it's very sad when Germany makes a massive oil and gas deal with Russia where you're supposed to be guarding against Russia and Germany goes out and pays billions and billions of dollars a year to Russia. So we're protecting Germany. We're protecting France. We're protecting all of these countries. And then numerous of the countries go out and make a pipeline deal with Russia where they're paying billions of dollars into the coffers of Russia. You were probably there, Rick, you know, at that meeting or tangentially to that, straight to the Germans face, your reaction of how things have changed. Well, that was a NATO meeting and you see Jens Stoltenberg, the NATO head sitting across from president Trump. And he has been extremely complimentary of president Trump. Saying thank you for the billions of dollars that have come in to NATO since Trump was really the leverage to tell countries pay your fair share. And so, you know, I have been in the meetings with Merkel with Chancellor Merkel, the president said, look, I don't blame you trying to make the American taxpayer pay for your safety. But it's not smart. You need to pay your Bill and by the way, you're feeding the beast when you don't pay your bill at NATO and at the same time you're giving money and doing deals with Russia, which is why NATO started to exist in the first place. And so the hypocrisy was called out by president Trump. And, you know, I'm not breaking any news when I tell you that president Trump, one cent Chancellor Merkel, a white flag.

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Ric Grenell Provides an Insider's Account of Nord Stream 2

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:42 min | 2 months ago

Ric Grenell Provides an Insider's Account of Nord Stream 2

"How should we think about this industrial sabotage, this military operation that went after Nord stream? How should we process this? What do you think the media is missing? The floor is yours. So Charles, you know, there's some things I can't say, obviously, after serving as director of national intelligence, let me just start with a couple of overall general points. One president Trump and when I was U.S. ambassador to Germany, we believed very clearly that having Nord stream two the Russian pipeline was too much leverage for Russia over Europe. Now, it's important to note that Nord stream won the pipeline is a pipeline that we think is part of the diversification of Europe's energy. I think some Russian energy is appropriate for Europe. We need to make sure it's diversified. It's not just concentrating on wind or hydrogen or one source. We need an all of the above and including Middle East gas, American U.S. LNG and some Russian gas is appropriate for Europe. But Nordstrom two went too far and so president Trump was very clear with Chancellor Merkel and others to say, don't do this. Russia is going to have leverage over you. We were told constantly and mocked by the media that we didn't have it right in that somehow Chancellor Merkel could control Putin and what we saw is a disaster. And let's be very clear, Charlie, that when the Biden administration came in, Chancellor Merkel's government, the Biden administration and Senate Democrats. All got together and dropped the Trump sanctions on the Russian pipeline. Now think about that. They came in and if you read their statements back then, they said, we are dropping the sanctions on Nord stream two on the Russian pipeline that Trump had in place. And Democrats said they are doing it because they believe that it was making things worse. What a strategic miscalculation blunder. And quickly, we saw after the Democrats and the Joe Biden administration took those sanctions off that Nord stream two pipeline, it gave Putin a green light to go into Ukraine. It signaled weakness, and we saw a war in Ukraine, specifically because the Biden administration Chancellor Merkel and Senate Democrats dropped to these sanctions.

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Is a Thatcherite Revolution Underway in Great Britain?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Is a Thatcherite Revolution Underway in Great Britain?

"In Great Britain, a revolution is underway. And I mean the kind that we like. A thatcherite revolution. The Chancellor of the exchequer quasi Quartet has gotten up and delivered his interim budget total tax cuts of about 45 billion by 26 27 basic income tax to fall in 19% national insurance will be cut on November 6th energy bills capped at 2500. Stamp duty cuts for 200,000 people limit on bankers bonuses grab the corporation tax is not going up. It is a thatcherite budget.

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 Bankruptcy stay for Nord Stream 2 pipeline firm extended

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Bankruptcy stay for Nord Stream 2 pipeline firm extended

"And operating company for the never opened Nord stream two pipeline has been granted a full month extension to its stay of bankruptcy by a Swiss court the pipeline was built to bring Russian gas to Germany but was put on ice shortly before Russia invaded Ukraine The stay of bankruptcy for the Nord stream two a G company was extended by a regional court in Switzerland in zoo canton the company is a subsidiary of Russia's Gazprom and is based in zuk the certification process for the pipeline was halted by German Chancellor Olaf Schultz's government in February after Russia recognized

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 EU, German leaders pledge reform to cut electricity prices

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

EU, German leaders pledge reform to cut electricity prices

"EU and in particular German leaders are pledging all form to cut electricity prices The head of the European Union's executive branch and Germany's Chancellor have pledged a reform of the continent's electricity market to help bring down power prices that have been pushed higher by skyrocketing gas prices European Commission president Ursula von der leyen says these high prices are now exposing the limitations of our current electricity market design adding it was developed for different circumstances and that is why we are now working on an emergency intervention and a structural reform of the electricity market I'm Charles De

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 Musk response to Twitter lawsuit to be made public by Friday

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Musk response to Twitter lawsuit to be made public by Friday

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Elon Musk's response to the Twitter lawsuit will be made public this week Elon Musk's response to Twitter's lawsuit over his attempt to pull out of a $44 billion offer to buy the social media company will be filed publicly by Friday During a teleconference Wednesday Chancellor Kathleen saint Jude McCormick directed the public filing be docketed by 5 p.m. Friday Lawyers representing Musk wanted to file a public version of their answer and counter claims in Delaware court Wednesday But Twitter's attorney said they needed more time to review and possibly redact

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G-7 leaders united behind Ukraine, aim at Kremlin oil money

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

G-7 leaders united behind Ukraine, aim at Kremlin oil money

"Most of the world's most powerful economic nations are pledging their support for Ukraine The G 7 nations are the U.S. Germany France Italy the UK Canada and Japan They're promising to support Ukraine and its war against Russia for as long as it takes The host of the G 7 summit German Chancellor Olaf Schultz said we agree the president Putin must not win this war He said they'll continue to punish Putin and his regime economically and politically The G 7 leaders say they'll explore what can be done to limit Russia's income from oil sales and come that's financing its war in Ukraine They also agreed to a ban on imports of Russian gold and to increase aid to countries hit with food shortages because of the war I'm Rita foley

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G-7 aims to create club of nations to boost climate action

AP News Radio

01:08 min | 5 months ago

G-7 aims to create club of nations to boost climate action

"Members of the G 7 have pledged to create a new climate club for nations that want to take more ambitious action to tackle global warming but some campaigners have voiced their disappointment with the results of the G 7 meetings The climate club idea championed by G 7 summit host German Chancellor Olaf Schultz will see countries that join the club agree on tougher measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions speaking at the end of the summit Schultz said the aim was to ensure that protecting the environment is a competitive advantage not a disadvantage but some NGOs say they're disappointed by the lack of upfront funding to curb a raft of urgent issues with oxfam saying the promise of $4.5 billion towards global emergencies is far from enough while Greenpeace German is Martin Kaiser called the gathering a historic failure We are angry that leaders at the end commit to long-term targets but not commit to the immediate measures needed observers say energy themes were front and center at the summit throughout I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Russia strikes Kyiv as Western leaders meet in Europe

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Russia strikes Kyiv as Western leaders meet in Europe

"Russian missiles have shattered weeks of relative calm and Ukraine's capital I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Emergency workers battled flames in rescue civilians some apartment buildings in Kyiv Klitschko says one person was killed 6 injured It's maybe symbolic some more like aggressions He's got game with western leaders meeting in Europe bearing to reaffirm their support for Ukraine and condemnation of Russia President Biden speaking with German Chancellor Olaf scholz at the start of the G 7 meeting We have to stay together Yeah His Putin is counting on from the beginning And somehow NATO would and the G 7 would splinter and what we had And we're not going to Good message is that we all made it to stay united which offers you never expected I'm Ben Thomas

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"chancellor" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:25 min | 5 months ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"But I want to ask you, we're speaking here on Thursday, June 23rd, most people won't hear this for a few more days, but the Supreme Court just handed down a ruling in this gun case in New York and there's this discussion right away that with the Supreme Court striking down a New York law that makes it much more difficult for people to carry concealed weapons. There's going to be a lot of assessment coming up in the courts among lawmakers about sort of special places where concealed gun carrying will be prohibited certain restrictions and laws are allowed to be enacted in the wake of this. I just wanted to see if you had a reaction to this. And if, you know, how cuny as a system is going to be thinking about this because universities are one of the first places that people talk about is some of these protected, particularly special places where such rules might need to be applied. So I mean, I can think of three things that come to mind as I was told to their role. One is that at the end of the day, right? The three university will abide by the ongoing loss of the state and the country. So I would imagine that this case will invite the ongoing rethinking about what kinds of logical safety precautionary measures can be taken to address this gun violence wave that we have in a way that is consistent with our constitutional framework, right? And I think that we have found times that even though folks can be disappointed in a court ruling in that direction and just invites our lawmakers to really sort of hone down a bit more and find a way in which, you know, in accordance to the constitution, we can create some spaces where. Guns are not to be found, right? I would think that our college campuses places are sort of bringing large numbers of people that have people also not just students. We have community events and all those things, right? That you want to have the least amount of presence of guns, right? That can lead to an unfortunate incident..

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"chancellor" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

Max & Murphy on Politics

04:33 min | 5 months ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics

"To max politics. This is Ben max from Gotham gazette, a publication of citizen union foundation. Thanks very much for tuning in here for this episode of the show. It is June 2022. It is graduation season. It is the 175th anniversary of the city university of New York and I'm very happy today to be joined on the show by the Chancellor of cuny Felix matos Rodriguez, who was joined will join me in just a minute to talk about the many graduations he's been attending or looking on from afar as a Chancellor what's happening at cuny how this year has gone with the return of in person schooling at cuny, the challenges coming out of COVID still dealing with COVID, where things stand in terms of cuny's budget recent influx of federal relief funds, a pretty darn good state budget for cuny and much more. We're going to get into a lot here. I'm very pleased to be joined by Chancellor matos Rodriguez in just a moment. First, if you've missed any episodes of the show, you can find them all at max politics wherever you get podcasts or at the Gotham gazette website. I've had several really good recent guests and a whole bunch more over the last weeks and months, of course, but just in the last couple of weeks, I was joined by jumani Williams to make his closing argument, so to speak and the democratic primary for governor. I was joined by MTA chair and CEO Jenna lieber to talk about the state of the MTA that was part of a live event actually hosted by citizen union where I was interviewing MTA chair and CEO lieber there talking about the rent guidelines board talking with a couple of retiring state legislators, assembly member dick gottfried and state senator Diane savino, and many other great guests. So find any of those or other episodes at Gotham gazette dot com or at max politics wherever you get podcasts. And of course, at Gotham, visit dot com..

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Only the Foolish Follow Their Hearts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Only the Foolish Follow Their Hearts

"The Angela Merkel piece in The Wall Street Journal? You know one of my mottos in life that helps me understand life, my Friends. One of them is Germany is always wrong. And I say that with deep affection, not only for individual Germans in my life. At a German young man, live at my home for half a year. I just fell in love with. Wonderful special young man. But Germany as a country is based basically always wrong. And fitting into that motto is The Wall Street Journal editorial. Rarely has a foreign policy legacy been discredited as rapidly and thoroughly, as former German Chancellor Angela Merkel's. Remember I said she was a foolish woman, a long time ago, when she led the way in Europe to having a million people from North Africa come in. From the Middle East, actually, Middle East and North Africa. And my heart goes out to a lot of those people. It is always gone out to these people. But you can't be guided by your heart alone, then you then you become definitionally a fool. You have

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British Prime Minister Johnson to face confidence vote

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

British Prime Minister Johnson to face confidence vote

"Britain's governing conservatives are holding a no confidence vote that could oust prime minister Boris Johnson from power The vote comes after months of growing discontent with the divisive politician whose career has survived multiple ups and downs if Chancellor loses the vote among the 359 conservative lawmakers the party will choose a new leader Who will also become prime minister if Johnson wins he can't face another challenge for a year under current party rules Charles De Ledesma

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"chancellor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 6 months ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From New York City and around the world here's Michael Barr It's the final day of the World Economic Forum in Davos German Chancellor Olaf scholz delivered a special address touching on everything from the pandemic to Russia's war in Ukraine calling the invasion of thunderbolt And we must never forget about it We can not switch off We can not push it aside has to spare us on a daily basis to do what we can in order to put an end to this horrible war The translator Chancellor Schultz called Russia's invasion of Ukraine a watershed moment in history A makeshift memorial continues to grow with balloons and crosses at the Texas elementary school where 19 children and two teachers were killed by an 18 year old gunman meanwhile authorities say the gunman spent 40 minutes to an hour inside the school opening fire on anyone in front of him The FDA is blaming its mailroom for what ultimately led to the baby formula shortage crisis One of the main producers Abbott and the FDA faced tough questions on Capitol Hill yesterday Back in October a former employee sent the FDA a report detailing health violations at Abbott's planned in Michigan but the FDA says because of a lack of staffing due to COVID it didn't receive the whistleblower complaint until February 4 months after it got to the agency's mailroom By that time an infinite already died and two others were hospitalized after drinking formula from the Abbott plant The FDA shut down the Abbott's Michigan plant FDA commissioner Robert califf We knew that ceasing plant operations would create supply problems but we had no choice given the insanitary conditions The FDA's Robert Caleb says however they did not find any militias actions from employees that would have prevented production Abbott vice president Christopher calamari says the company didn't know about the employee warnings and the conditions at the plant ABBA did not find out about it until it was made public in the end of April Abbott's Christopher calamari Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios.

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"chancellor" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"chancellor" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"And of course, as a disclosure, I also help run marketing at FTX. Second, how you guys can support the show. First, rate review subscribe, all of those things actually really help people discover the show, which is good for growing the community of listeners around. Speaking of which, if you want to join the community, the best place to have discussions around these topics, other types of things you want to see on the show, macro topics, anything really at all, come join the breakers Discord. The link is in the bio and.

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"chancellor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bill that could total as much as three and a half $1 trillion Kelsey Snell and PR news Washington Germany's Social Democratic Party has narrowly won the country's national election defeating Chancellor Angela Merkel's center right party and Pierre's rob schmitz says the results will likely lead long political negotiations The narrow outcome means the left center's social Democrats with just 25.7% of the vote will likely need to team up with two other parties to form a government The Green Party and the libertarian free Democrats If it fails to get these parties on board the party that plays second could wind up leading the country it could take weeks if not months of negotiating to form a coalition NPR's rob schmitz reporting Today's the day the New York State's vaccine mandate goes into effect for some healthcare workers workers at hospitals and nursing homes must have at least one dose of a COVID-19 inoculation by today New York governor cat the hoe will has released a list of options to cover staffing shortages that includes deploying some members of the National Guard Arizona governor Doug ducey is offering parents who do not want their children to follow school mask mandates a $7000 voucher This is to send their children to other schools from member station KJ zz and Phoenix Ben Giles prepared this report Governor ducey used federal COVID relief funds to expand Arizona's state funded school voucher program But critics say doocy is misusing the federal dollars meant to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by incentivizing parents to avoid CDC recommended health guidelines Chris cotterman is the head of government relations for the Arizona school boards association Here we have what I perceive to be the governor advancing a political agenda and using public health mitigation measures to do it And I find it to be highly objectionable To put it mildly Applications for roughly 2800 students in Arizona have been started or completed For NPR news I'm Ben Giles in Phoenix You're listening to NPR news from Washington You are listening to WNYC in New York at 7 O four a good Monday morning of Michael hill clear in 62 with the sun rising out there sunny and near 80 today Delays up to 35 minutes on the George Washington bridge inbound after crash from across expressway this morning A COVID vaccine requirement for all healthcare workers in the state of New York starts today that includes those who work in hospitals nursing homes and New York City's vast public hospital system Healthcare workers who don't get at least a first COVID shot by today could lose their jobs but is up to individual employers to make that decision Governor Kathy hulk has said she declare a state of emergency if hospitals of nursing homes become short staffed She is considering bringing out of state healthcare professionals to New York and enlisting recent graduates and retired workers to practice medicine She is also planning to deploy.

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Coach or. Just make people think. Yeah i like that you are me chance are like you only some men wear so just know that you're always thank you for being a trooper and hanging through those hiccups. You have their you know. The story of my life gone for years you know. Look we had this interview today today. Whatever we get into we're gonna make sure get done today for show show. I like the devils ally assure restore while i'm excited to happen. Finally got to do this and to to just you know talk to you more about steps i know you have you do a variety work with kids and all that stuff too. I teach practical. Bid willing Advocate and all that seoul Thank you thank you for coming on Let me hear some of that and for the listeners. So yeah pichichi supposed to have less. I see none have this for no reason. So does the reason behind. It was the reason. That's the fun. Part journey can share with the listeners. You're definitely tell them. Your book is where they can find it. Social media links they can probably volume follies. Might show gotta do in literally stylish. You're doing pull up your phone browser Browser go google at a cold on your okay google type in fourteen days in beijing or you could first and last night chancellor k. jackson you start starts at eagle. Everything you need will upper that simple. I'm a like that. Won't that's simple people. Fourteen days major platform chess. Okay jackson or yet chancellor. Okay jackson You go to. Chancellor jackson dot com. I got website of course album books on amazon and apple. Books have the free version bailable apple books and kobo. This is quite a few different platforms. That have the affable but just for media amazon Apple show now. Definitely we have a real wise media Different websites all put Link on mine and also on our website and radio website so gasoline show stars support support all day or once again. Everybody thank you for coming. Thank you for coming on here and everybody. This is great. Chancellor taxon and don't forget to go to amazon or just go everywhere. I go to google looks for fourteen days. Beijing right Ten days beijing embark on this truly shocking forgettable tail for american America chinese penitentiary. Like go and get your popcorn. 'cause this is entertaining and just as much as it can be suspenseful mysterious a little bit scary europe. You will find humor because that's just my personality. Yup says in his real You'll find humor within his way is okay was before i shut this down. Do you mind saying like like ten seconds. Sepla count this down and then sometimes people be by a black show. Okay cool will thank you for tuning in alice. Be looking forward to the future for cancer jackson and does ready. Jay was courage heats..

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Coach or. Stop just make people think yes. I like that you are me chance are like you only some men wear so just know that you're always thank you for being a trooper and hanging through those hiccups. You have their you know. The story of my life gone for years know but look. We had this interview today today. Whatever we get into. We're gonna make sure get done today for show show. I like the devils ally assure restore while i'm excited to happen. Finally got to do this and to to just you know talk to you more about steps i know you have you do a variety work with kids and all that stuff too. I teach practical. Bid willing Advocate and all that seoul Thank you thank you for coming on Let me hear some of that and for the listeners. So yeah pity supposed to have less. I see none have this for no reason. So does the reason behind. It was the reason. That's the fun. Part journey can share with the listeners. You're definitely tell them. Your book is where they can find it. Social media links they can probably volume follies. Might show gotta do in literally stylish. You're doing pull up your phone browser Browser go google at a cold on your okay k. Was google type in fourteen days in beijing or you could first and last night chancellor k. jackson you start starts at eagle everything you need. We'll upper that simple a Won't that's simple people. Fourteen days major platform chess. Okay jackson or yet. Chancellor cage jackson You go to. Chancellor jackson dot com. I got website of course album books on amazon and apple. Books have the free bridge invaluable Apple books and kobo. This is quite a few different platforms. That have the affable but just for media amazon Apple show. I definitely we have a real wise media Different websites all put Link on mine and also on our website and radio website so gasoline show stars support support all day or once again. Everybody thank you for coming. Thank you for coming on here and everybody. This is great. Chancellor taxon and don't forget to go to amazon or just go everywhere. I go to google looks for fourteen days. Beijing right Beijing her embark on this truly shocking forgettable tail for american America chinese penitentiary. Like and get your popcorn. 'cause this is entertaining and just as much as it can be suspenseful mysterious a little bit scary europe. You will find humor because that's just my personality. Yup says in his real You'll find humor within his way is is is okay was before i shut this down. Do you mind saying like like ten seconds sepla. Count this down. And then sometimes people be by a black show. Okay cool will thank you for tuning in alice. Be looking forward to the future for cancer jackson and does ready. Jay was courage pete's..

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"You so if you elect fall out on the street and Medical attention they. Nobody will help. I was told that they don't get in people's business like that and this was somebody is a black man. Say stayed over there for quite some time. He said some similar things like date about very kind very nice but just Black person so it's kinda like wow but he said that the over there very strict you're not going to see any crime. They really are on it but they not about columbine help you if you need help. Oh i'm interested to know what part of china he was in. I actually like crazy. You fall out passed that on train one time and it was so funny. 'cause that was hung over out early the next morning i was out drinking club status as somebody spot so on train. Still draw up san going back to korea and his folksy obscenities folks from on work like our is early in the morning to turn. And i'm like two three stops away from stop some almost almost there and i find myself getting nauseous lengthen Rocky in the most trains. I'm just trying to keep myself composed the best that i can. I'm really standing up there. Stanwick standing up whole notes. Opponents is closed on focus. And then next thing. I know my eyes and i just see all these people chinese people huddled over me like looking crazy light hand stuck out helped me up. I'm looking at it like hero. Shaw at look look. I'm laying on the ground. What the fuck ground. I look up like what will stop at. My stop does open at my stop. I just popped right on while cleanup try like i never happy but i'm really concerned like h hit me up like like acce- widely probably wouldn't even attempt to try to help you out. Disclose if there's a language barrier people are very a chinese people very insecure when it comes to that like. I'm with an english speaker member. 'cause they study english as a second language in school. We study spanish. And all that other shit. Okay you take your us mexico. You took spanish one in two three in high school but she. Emc you really. Don't remember that but you still won't give because like. Hey you know what i'm saying. You know somebody who's speaking but when it comes to them i don't really out not really roy so i'm just going. I don't want to bear myself in bring chains myself. So i'm just gonna keep my mouth close. That's i could see probably when the nation from from that aspect but like infosys light they k- speak to me but they definitely like. Hey i can tell that. Look look You okay. You know what i'm saying. Communications broad green light cases brought you got say number believes to communicate society. Sean care even when.

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Again kind of liffey mood this for my notes i moved to google dot. Now i'm really going to hand. I'm going down my okay. I'm just in this just feeling in the outline. And then once i feel the outline. I'm like i wasn't even a quota way done with the story. But i'm like okay i can see. It just helped me put this time together. Okay this high acting go about writing this. Thanks actually go to got what he outlined in. Okay now it's going to be a day one is going to be day-to is going to be day three and i'm just i'm writing just writing it right. I'm not worried about structure format School news. I'm just writing this shit how i will just naturally say to my tongue. How takes i'm just writing it just like that. Once i got a finished a whole host or vessel started going back in just editing revise in Said but don't tell me four months to write the store and then that was with me bullshitting bullish in. So i could never wrote a whole lot faster if i wasn't but you own took almost like started writing in july so obvious september november finished in november. No the athens november March ever yeah and then with foam later so eight months total shit on april fourth twenty twenty saying they got locked up in china the year prior our release part one. Which is the free. Both now amazon and i was while still in pre-sale i was ranked number one in three jars. Yeah and that the titles perfect is like bone macroom back. Were title forcing days beijing. So can't you sad for those now. Listen hip-hopping no saying future. Set you up saying that you can compare it to fifty six nights mixed tape by future. It's about his producer. Dj esco they had a had a show in dubai but has just they flew from yesterday. So of course. Halloween and stuff from answer them on flight and it was all in a bags in. Dj esco was last person. Can everybody backs why they got to produce a cannot bags. I don't know sam but yes in the airport folks over in dubai stop camps random. Check the bags on drugs so he got the dj guy locked up. Fifty six nights in dubai has like four. Today's beijing fifty six nights. Has that rains. Okay dan what is this and then you look at the cover. What i'm saying. See me at that point in time. This picture me. I recreate a mugshot. So you got jack. And i have owned now. I had to recreate a jacket that was literally the uniform. Jackie a war in beijing jail six. I know certain up on the jagged. That's literally how the jacket. If fourteen days straight in beijing jail six. You've got handcuffs. I'm ahead is down. But i'm looking at the camera. Light fucked up..

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Is like no kidding. Gosh no the status on the series. No experience. I'm just kind of living vicariously through it. Because it just reminds me of how i met someone from. He became my best friend now from jordan and him and i didn't even get some meeting Parson but we still were very tight and he just taught me so much from the outside looking in for america. Made me realize how different how you can be led to think something. And it's not true happens to all of us realize it's not that not that way when actually somebody from the appreciate that so chancellor so your app pat you know. Say yeah it'd been in any trouble or anything. Far-right of only i've only. I've never been suspended from school. Never nobody ever had a reason to clubs especially over here. China beijing beijing. Yes but even in america Nah i left. Not everybody's experience even the your as a face card is everything in the energy. Is everything to so you. Carry yourself in your resume. Take a long way so is easier said than down for at upbringing too. But i'm not gonna say because i'm one along because some people come from a really struggled and they still are able to exactly. Yes i'm gonna say up breaking but yeah okay so then when so okay so we're gonna go to the door and when you got the knocking you saw. Who was on the other side. Had that play our squad ahead rose so yes april fourth twenty nineteen Day off something a get ready to go to this team. Builder invent Company coming always host team building events every month in his life. It'd be like seven different ones. You can sign up for South finnegan ready to go to this pan. Disband painting a gate. So you know everybody knows. Chinese fans so often customize my own a nipsy hustle just died around the time so as designate. My whole fan him is going to be a whole nips. Elsa marathon.

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Is like no kidding. Gosh no the status on the series. No experience. I'm just kind of living vicariously through it. Because it just reminds me of how i met someone from. He became my best friend now from jordan and him and i didn't even get some meeting Parson but we still were very tight and he just taught me so much from the outside looking in for america. Made me realize how different how you can be led to think something. And it's not true happens to all of us realize it's not that not that way when the actually somebody from the appreciate that so chancellor so your app pat say yeah. It'd been in any trouble everything. Far-right of only. I've only i've never been suspended from school. Never nobody ever had a reason to clubs especially over here. China beijing beijing. Yes but even in america No faith left. Not everybody's experience even the your as a face card is everything in the energy. Is everything to so you. Carry yourself in your resume taking a long way. So it's easier said than done for at upbringing too. But i'm not gonna say because. I'm not one along because some people come from a really struggled and they still are able to exactly. Yes i'm gonna say up breaking but yeah okay so then when so okay so we're gonna go to the door and when you got the knocking you saw. Who was on the other side. Had that play Ahead rose so yes april fourth twenty nineteen Day off something a get ready to go to this team. Builder invent Company coming always host team building events every month in his light. It'd be like seven different ones. You can sign up for South finnegan ready to go to this pan. Disband painting a gate. So you know. Everybody knows chinese fans so often Customize my own a nipsy. Hustle just died around the time so as designate. My whole fan him is going to be a whole nips. Elsa marathon.

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"If you're hearing my voice that means you're in the right place my guest today. Chancellor jackson has a very significant story and he was courageous enough to share it with the world. I definitely think this is a message. A story that will resonate with many and will be something that people individually take something from it that they can probably identify with or not or maybe even answer some questions or some thoughts that they have had but for the simple fact that he decided to write a book and to talk about his experience. I commend that because we all have situations experiences that we don't even talk about. And i find it to be selfless when we do share them. Because so many people can relate or does learn from or conspire them to talk more and share what they've been through. So i would just like to say thank you chancellor and we want to welcome you right here and voices of courage because everybody. Let's give him the welcome that we always jail unless tune in a Everybody this is your host brandy. Jay voices of courage. I am back here a different platform but the same amazing guests tampered. Yes we're going at this again. Say hello beauty of but so we Have you spoken the.

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"If you're hearing my voice that means you're in the right place my guest today. Chancellor jackson has a very significant story and he was courageous enough to share it with the world. I definitely think this is a message. A story that will resonate with many and will be something that people individually take something from it that they can probably identify with or not or maybe even answer some questions or some thoughts that they have had but for the simple fact that he decided to write a book and to talk about his experience. I commend that because we all have situations experiences that we don't even talk about. And i find it to be selfless when we do share them. Because so many people can relate or does learn from or conspire them to talk more and share what they've been through. So i would just like to say thank you chancellor and we want to welcome you right here and voices of courage because everybody. Let's give him the welcome that we always jail unless tune in a Everybody this is your host brandie. Jay voices of courage. I am back here a different platform but the same amazing guests tampered. Yes we're going at this again. Say hello beauty of but so we Have you spoken the.

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"chancellor" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Chance any chance you can get your chancer. Next is chancery chance. Are- chancery noun from the fourteenth century won a record office for public archives or those of ecclesiastical legal or diplomatic proceedings number. Two a is capitalized. A high court of equity in england and wales with common law functions and jurisdiction over causes in equity. I feel like this is a very uninteresting episode because of the words that are in it but that happens sometimes to be a court of equity in the american judicial system to see the principles and practice of judicial I say it's an interesting but that's that that's a judgment. It's uninteresting to me possibly but But maybe you you love these words. Three a h chancellor's court or office of nope there's another or a chancellor's court or office or the building in which it is located three be the office in which the business of a roman catholic diocese is transacted and recorded three. See the office of an embassy and the synonym is the number three definition for the word chancellery. That was at the end of the last episode. We have a phrase in chancery number one in litigation in court of chancery and then also under the superintendence of the lord chancellor as in a ward in chancery and two in a hopeless predicament. That is in chancery any gamal that we want to say. Nah i don't think so next. We have shankar c. h. a. n. c. r. e. noun from circa sixteen o five a primary sore or also at the site of entry of a pathogen. And the example is as in two to lari mea to larry mia and then especially the initial lesion of syphilis. It's a shankar. But i think i've heard people say canker. Also maybe that's spelled. I don't know Shank is an adjective. Next is shank royd noun from eighteen. Sixty one a venereal disease caused by a bacterium and characterized by shankar's although yeah i think people say canvas Unlike those of syphilis in lacking firm inc. margins called also soft shankar and shaneco royal is an adjective Oh and the The bacterium is hemophilus. Dupre d. u. c. r. e. y. Degree next is chancey adjective from fifteen thirteen number. One is scottish bringing good luck. Synonym is auspicious number. Two uncertain in outcome or prospect. Synonym is risky number. Three occurring by chance synonym is haphazard and a chanice is a noun next. We have chandelier noun from seventeen. Thirty six He just watched a movie called love and monsters. It's a very fun Family friendly movie about a guy who it's during the apocalypse times and he has to go out onto the surface. He's living in a bunker and he has to go fight monsters anyway at the beginning of the movie You know the the apocalypse happening. And they're leaving their house and His mom gives him there chandelier for some reason. She wanted to keep the chandelier and so he's holding onto this chandelier..

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"chancellor" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"chancellor" Discussed on The Dictionary

"The words in english language. This is the top of page to host six. The first word is chancellor c. h. a. n. c. e. l. l. o. r. It is a noun from the century. One a this secretary of a nobleman prince or king one be the lord chancellor of great britain. One c is british. I mean i think the other ones kind of work to this. One is officially british. The chief secretary of an embassy one d a roman catholic priest heading the office in which dia season business is transacted and recorded to a the titular head of a british university to be one a university president to be to the chief executive officer in some state systems of higher education. Three a legal officer or advisor of an anglican diocese three be a judge in a court of chancery or equity in various states. Us and four. The chief minister of state in some european countries chancellorship is a noun basically. It's the person who is the head of something this is from lower. Latin con calories is cheaper or secretary next is chancellor of the exchequer. I think that is how you say that last word. It's four words. The last word is e. x. c. h. e. q. u. e. r. exchequer This is often capitalize to just sit and e it is from fifteen thirty five a member of the british cabinet in charge of the public income and expenditure some political stuff. That i don't understand next is chance medley two words with a hyphen noun from the fifteenth century. One accidental homicide not entirely without fault of the killer but without evil intent on number two haphazard action. Synonym is confusion chance medley. I was thinking it would just be a a medley of songs. That just happened to go together. Well but that is not at all what it is This is from anglo-french chance midway which is mingled chance mingled is medley. Guess remit lay Yeah okay so you're accidents killed somebody and it's your fault but you didn't do it on purpose next. We have chancer noun from nineteen fifty nine british and it means a scheming opportunist. You're looking for a.

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